Prince George and Princess Charlotte put on an animated display as they joined their parents The Prince and Princess of Wales at the star-studded Coronation concert this evening.
The young royals were well-dressed as they attended the musical extravaganza in Windsor, alongside other Royal Family members, including the King and Queen, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie and Zara Tindall.
The duo appeared to be having a whale of a time within moments of the event kicking off, as they danced and jigged along to the songs being played.
Princess Charlotte looked darling in a cream and black tiered chiffon dress from Self Portraits Kids – one of her mother’s favourite brands.
It comes amidst a busy weekend for the little royals, who all played a starring role in the Coronation yesterday to watch their grandfather being crowned King.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte appeared in high spirits as they joined their parents The Prince and Princess of Wales at the star-studded Coronation concert this evening
Princess Charlotte could be seen clapping along to the music as the tar-studded concert started this evening in Windsor (pictured)
Prince George looked interested as his father the Prince of Wales pointed to something in the distance, with Charlotte keeping a close eye on the stage as well
George and his sister and the other members of the royal box sported glowing bracelet as night fell over the concert, and waved their flags
Prince George put on a very animated display during tonight’s concert and waved his Union Jack flag with much gusto from the royal box
The two young royals, who were having a great time tonight, were seen waving Union Jack flags as the evening went underway
All the royal family stood up to dance during Lionel Richie’s time on stage as the international singer gave a fun rendition of All night Long
Charlotte put her hand on her brother’s arms during the concert as the kind waved at the royal fans who have descended on Windsor for the evening of music
As the Princess of Wales danced, Princess Charlotte said something in her brother’s ears as they both waved their flags during the concert
The Princess looked at the crowd as she waved her flag to the music of the concert, while Kate Middleton said something to her and Prince George
Prince George, nine, was selected as one of the monarch’s Pages of Honour, while Charlotte took a protective and reassuring role with her younger brother Louis, five, at the event.
Charlotte was seen sitting alongside her little brother in a royal car with their parents after leaving the palace in the morning, and in the front row of the Abbey a short time later.
She wore an Alexander McQueen dress and cape in ivory silk crepe with ivory stitch embroidery featuring rose, thistle, daffodil and shamrock motifs, to signify the four nations.
She also wore a Jess Collett x Alexander McQueen Headpiece silver bullion, crystal and silver thread work, similar to the headpiece the Princess of Wales wore for the occasion.
Meanwhile, she held hands with her cheeky little brother during the opening moments of the historic service.
They were immaculately behaved during the service, with Charlotte proving a reassuring presence to her younger brother, who couldn’t help stifle a few yawns during the sacred service.
George, Charlotte and the other members of the royal box seemed to be having a great time at the concert at Windsor Castle tonight
The little Princess, who was seated alongside her big brother George during the concert, seemed a little unsure of some of the music in the concert
While the little royal appeared to enthusiastically wave her flag, she frowned a little during one of the performers at the event tonight
George, Charlotte and Louis were reunited after the service when they rode away from Westminster Abbey to Buckingham Palace in a carriage with William and Kate.
The trio later appeared on the balcony of Buckingham Palace with their parents, their newly crowned grandparents The King and Queen and the other working royals. During this appearance, Charlotte could be seen sharing a giggle with her youngest brother.
More than 18 million people in the UK tuned in to watch the ceremony on TV, compared with 26.5 million for the late Queen’s funeral in September.
Today’s concert came after Buckingham Palace issued the first public statement on behalf of Charles and Camilla since they were crowned.
Charlotte, who seemed to thoroughly enjoy the event, alerted her brother to what was happening on stage, before turning to her mother with a gentle smile
With a steady smile on her face, Princess Charlotte stole the show at tonight’s concert as she sat in the front row of the royal box
Princess Charlotte clapped with great enthusiasm during Take That time on stage as she and her family got up to dance the night away
The young royals both looked exited to be attending the star-studded concert with their family and the rest of the royal box this evening
A Palace spokesman said the King and Queen were ‘profoundly grateful’ for all those involved in organising the celebrations and ceremony, and the spectators who attended the day.
‘Their Majesties were deeply touched by the events of yesterday and profoundly grateful both to all those who helped to make it such a glorious occasion – and to the very many who turned out to show their support in such numbers in London and further afield,’ he said.
The King, Queen and royal family on Sunday joined around 20,000 members of the public at the musical extravaganza.
Heir to the throne William took to the stage to deliver a speech during the event in the grounds of Windsor Castle, with Kensington Palace sharing behind-the-scenes footage of the prince during rehearsals.
The show, hosted by Downton Abbey and Paddington actor Hugh Bonneville, saw Hollywood star Tom Cruise and adventurer Bear Grylls appear via video message.
Charlotte, who was very excited to attend the event, put on an animated display in the front row of the royal box tonight, sat next to her mother and brother
Charlotte and George and the rest of the royal family got on their feet to dance during tonight’s concert, and waved at the crowds
The two eldest Wales children were seen applauding along with their parents during the momentous concert in Windsor tonight
Princess Charlotte put on an animated display during tonight’s concert as she was seen energetically waving her flag and smiling
The young royals were well-dressed as they attended the musical extravaganza in Windsor, alongside other Royal Family members, including the King and Queen, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie and Zara Tindall
The series of pre-recorded sketches revealed little-known facts about the monarch. There were also performances by Paloma Faith, Olly Murs, veteran singer Steve Winwood – whose grandson Arthur Eliot was one of Camilla’s pages of honour – and Nicole Scherzinger of The Pussycat Dolls.
Classical acts including Andrea Bocelli, Welsh bass-baritone Sir Bryn Terfel and Chinese pianist Lang Lang performed too.
The Royal Ballet, the Royal Opera, the Royal Shakespeare Company, the Royal College of Music and the Royal College of Art all came together for the first time to create a one-off performance featuring Sex Education and Doctor Who star Ncuti Gatwa and Olivier Award nominee Mei Mac.
Thousands of street parties have been held across the country with people encouraged to come together for the Coronation Big Lunch.
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and his wife, Akshata Murty, hosted a lunch in Downing Street, inviting volunteers, Ukrainian refugees and youth group members.
Meanwhile, Camilla asked for her coronation bouquet of English spring flowers to be placed on the Grave of the Unknown Warrior in the coronation church, Westminster Abbey.
The simple posy – including auriculas, the late Queen’s favourite lily of the valley, and one of Charles’ favourites hellebores – by the King and Queen’s go-to florist, Shane Connolly, was laid at the memorial.
Royal brides traditionally send their bouquets to be placed there the day after their weddings in a tradition started by the Queen Mother.
Camilla did not carry the flowers on Saturday as it was a coronation not a wedding, the Palace said.