Prince George steals the show as he watches mum Kate Middleton make her first public appearance since Royal-birth
Glowing mum Kate Middleton has made her first public appearance since her daughter Princess Charlotte was born six weeks ago.
The Duchess of Cambridge joined Prince Harry and Camilla in a horse-drawn carriage for the traditional Trooping The Colour royal procession this morning.
Meanwhile, her husband Prince William and his father Prince Charles rode ahead on horse back.
Future heir Prince George caused pandemonium as he joined his family members on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.
Trooping The Colour, also known as The Queen's Birthday Parade, is a military ceremony tradition that dates back to the early 18th century.
Although the rain poured down on the Royal Family, Kate (33) beamed as she was greeted with loud cheers from the hundreds of people who lined the streets.
The stylish mum-of-two opted for a floral dress coat by Catherine Walker and a modern white hat by Lock & Co for the occasion.
Earlier in the day, adorable Prince George was spotted looking on from a balcony giggling and sticking his tongue out.
The toddler was watching the event in the company of his nanny from Buckingham Palace.