PRINCE George and Princess Charlotte almost stole the limelight at two royal weddings last year – but when will we see them again?
Prince George, five, and his sister Princess Charlotte, three, capture the nation’s hearts every time they are spotted out in public. The young royals always entertain the British public with their cheeky antics at public events such as the wedding of their uncle Prince Harry to Meghan Markle last May. Charlotte, the second child of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, stuck her tongue out as she arrived in a car to perform her bridesmaid duties. Prince George was also up to his naughty ways with cousin Savannah Philips, eight, at Princess Eugenie’s wedding in October as they awaited the bride’s arrival.
The future heir to the throne erupted into laughter after Savannah mimicked trumpet players before she clasped his hand over his mouth.
This year will be a quieter year for the royals but there are some key events ahead – so when can we expect to see George and Charlotte in public again?
The next major royal event, aside from the arrival of Meghan Markle’s baby, is the wedding of Lady Gabriella Windsor and Thomas Kingston.
Express.co.uk exclusively revealed the wedding date as Saturday, May 18, following confirmation from Buckingham Palace earlier this month.
The nuptials will be a private affair so will be on a far smaller scale than the two royal weddings of 2018.
The Queen and senior royals are not believed to be attending so it is only a small chance Charlotte and George might be there.
But Trooping the Colour is not far behind that on June 8.
The Cambridge family are always presented for the Queen’s official birthday celebration.
The pomp and ceremony culminate in a Royal Family gathering on Buckingham Palace balcony to watch a Royal Air Force flypast.
George and Savannah definitely stole the show as last year’s big day.
Savannah, who is the Queen’s great-granddaughter, covered George’s mouth with her hand to keep him quiet leaving George in fits of giggles.
Prince William, who was stood behind the pair, did not look amused.
Unfortunately, the lengthy service proved a little too much for Princess Charlotte who burst into tears at one point and had to be comforted by mum Kate.
She recovered in time for the impressive flypast with all the royal children looking skywards in amazement.
There is another date to bear in mind which is the first birthday of Prince Louis on April 23, 2018.
However, any celebration is likely to be private although we might see the release of a new family photo.
Charlotte turns four on May 2, while George will be six on July 22.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK