Princess Charlotte makes balcony debut as she's cuddled by stylish mum Kate Middleton for Trooping the Colour ceremony
Princess Charlotte made her Buckingham Palace balcony debut.
The stylish tot, whose mother Kate Middleton described on Friday as "cute but fesity" was joined by big brother George (3) and parents William and Kate, for the annual Trooping the Colour celebration.
The 13-month-old was pictured covering one ear while the flypast took place.
The royals gathered around Britain's Queen Elizabeth to round off the festivities for her 90th birthday.
On Saturday morning, Kate joined the royal matriarch on a ceremonial carriage ride with brother-in-law Prince Harry and mother-in-law Camilla, along the Mall in London.
Kate wore the same Alexander McQueen coat she wore for Charlotte's christening last year, teaming it with a peach Philip Teacy hat, decorated with rosettes.
The Queen made a bold style statement in a vibrant green Stewart Parvin ensemble, with a matching hat by Rachel Trevor Morgan.
Meanwhile little George wore one of William's childhood outfits, a pale blue romper suit which his father appeared in after Trooping the Colour as a toddler in 1984.