Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis are regularly seen accompanying their parents to royal engagements.
Harry and Meghan’s son Archie Harrison also flew with his parents to South Africa for their royal tour in 2019.
But over the last year and a half, several of the royal events that usually take place have been cancelled due to coronavirus, so the public has seen less of the Royal Family.
When will Queen’s new great-grandchildren FINALLY get their palace balcony debut?
Trooping the Colour took place on a smaller scale at Windsor Castle for 2021
When will we see the Queen’s new great-grandchildren?
Every year in June, the Queen’s birthday is celebrated publicly in London with Trooping the Colour.
Masses of people crowd outside Buckingham Palace for the event and the Red Arrows jet over the capital.
The working and non-working members of the Royal Family appear on the balcony of Buckingham Palace to wave to the crowds.
The Red Arrows display is an annual fixture of Trooping the Colour
The Royal Family gathers at Buckingham Palace for Trooping the Colour every year
But even though most members of the Royal Family take part in the Queen’s annual birthday celebrations, some royals don’t attend the event every year.
So we can’t know for sure if all of the Queen’s great-grandchildren will be present for the event in 2022.
However, next year’s Trooping the Colour will be particularly special, as it coincides with the Queen’s 70th year on the throne.
So, many royals will likely want to celebrate with the Queen as she marks her unprecedented Platinum Jubilee.
Prince Louis made his Trooping the Colour debut in 2019
Princess Beatrice and Edoardo welcomed a little girl over the weekend
Some of the Queen’s great-grandchildren have already made their Buckingham Palace debut, including Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
The youngest Cambridge child, Prince Louis, delighted the public when he made his balcony debut at the last Trooping the Colour in 2019.
The Queen’s eldest grandson Peter Phillips has also appeared on the balcony with his two daughters, Savannah and Isla.
So royal fans will be hoping to see August, Lucas, Lilibet and Princess Beatrice’s little girl when Trooping the Colour returns next year.
The Queen’s 12 great-grandchildren, from eldest to youngest, are:
- Savannah Phillips
- Isla Phillips
- Prince George
- Mia Tindall
- Princess Charlotte
- Prince Louis
- Lena Tindall
- Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor
- August Philip Hawke Brooksbank
- Lucas Philip Tindall
- Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor
- Princess Beatrice’s newborn daughter
Source: EXPRESS CO UK