Here are some fun photos of Trooping the Colour in case you missed it

The Queen's annual birthday parade, Trooping the Colour, has been and gone. Here are some fun photos to recap the day in case you missed it.

Trooping the Colour is an annual parade in honour of the current monarch, which is Elizabeth II. For those who may have missed it, we have selected some of our favourite photos of the event.

The traditional balcony appearance

As some of you may know, it is tradition for members of the Royal Family to stand on the balcony of Buckingham Palace to watch the flypast. This year, the Queen decided to limit the number of members on the balcony to working Royals only.

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The working Royals on the balcony for the 2022 flypast Chris Jackson/Getty

From left to right the members on the balcony were:

Little Prince Louis stole the show with the adorable grimaces he pulled during the flypast.

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Kate Middleton, Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte Chris Jackson/Getty
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Prince Charles, the Queen, Prince Louis, Princess Charlotte and Kate Middleton Chris Jackson/Getty
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The Queen with her first cousin, Prince Edward, Duke of Kent Chris Jackson/Getty
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Princess Charlotte, Prince George, Prince Williqm, Sophie of Wessex, James Viscount, Lady Louise and Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex Chris Jackson/Getty

Some of the members rode in the carriages for the procession.

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The Earl of Wessex and his family Samir Hussein/Getty
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Prince George, Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte rode in the carriage for the first time Samir Hussein/Getty
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Camilla, Duchess of Cornwalla and Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge Neil Mockford/Getty

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