Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis to have visible roles at Queens Jubilee

The Cambridge children are going to have “visible roles” in the Queen’s upcoming Platinum Jubilee celebrations, according to reports.

Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis are reportedly set to appear at a number of events in tribute to the Queen as a “show of Royal force” when she celebrates 70 years of rule in June.

According to reports, the three children are likely to ride in a carriage to the Trooping the Colour ceremony, taking place on 2 June, before appearing on the balcony at Buckingham Palace as the Royal family watch the RAF flyover.

Their dad, Prince William, is said to be leading the Trooping of Colour ceremony.

The Telegraph adds that The Duke of Cambridge is also expected to take care of the military aspect of the celebrations on the special day.

William is, of course, no stranger to participating in Royal events. As a child, he appeared in his first carriage ride at aged four beside his mother, Princess Diana, and the Queen Mother back in 1987.

The finishing touches are currently being added to plans for the Platinum Jubilee. Meanwhile, the Queen has taken a backseat when it comes to public event in recent weeks.


The monarch has experienced several health issues in the past few months, which have left her unable to attend events and carry out royal duties.

According to a source, the Queen might even have to miss out on her own Jubilee, as one insider told the Daily Mail: “The assumption must now be that the Queen will not be present at events.

"If Her Majesty does attend, it will be decided on the day and she will be accompanied by another member of the Royal Family."

Prince Harry’s appearance at the Jubilee with wife Meghan Markle and their two children is also in question as the 37 year old is still in the middle of a battle for protective security for his family if they are to make an official visit the UK.

Harry and Meghan were protected by a Special Escort Group (SEG) from the US during their recent trip to the Netherlands for the Invictus Games, and just before jetting to The Hague, they made a surprise stop off at Windsor Castle to see the monarch.

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