Savannah Phillips was the unexpected hero of Trooping the Colour 2018

Savannah Phillips was the unexpected hero of Trooping the Colour 2018

Savannah Phillips was the unexpected hero of Trooping the Colour 2018

Prince George and Princess Charlotte did what they do best - steal the attention from all the other royals at this year's Trooping the Colour.

Hundreds of British soldiers are taking part in the annual Trooping the Color ceremony in London marking Queen Elizabeth II's official birthday celebration in front of thousands of spectators.

The Queen's great-granddaughter then turned to younger cousin, Prince George, to school him in the art of royal etiquette.

Queen Elizabeth was the first to arrive at Horse Guards Parade for her birthday parade.

Mom and daughter matched in blue outfits; Kate wore a pale blue squareneck Alexander McQueen dress and a matching Juliette Botterill hat, while Charlotte sported a blue and white smocked floral dress with a Peter Pan collar.

Click through the gallery to see the most stylish looks donned by the royals at 2018's Trooping the Colour.


Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex head back down the Mall to Buckingham Palace during Trooping The Colour on June 9, 2018 in London, England.

Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, is officially jumped into the gang royal fam, now that she's shared the famed Buckingham Palace balcony with all of her in-laws.

The entire royal family, including for the first time Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, was to gather on the balcony of Buckingham Palace at the conclusion of the parade to watch a fly-over by the Royal Air Force.

Next week, reports People, Meghan will join the Queen for their first solo outing together when they'll travel overnight on the Royal Train for a day-long engagement in Cheshire. It's a hairstyle choice that her sister-in-law, Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, has learned-after much criticism-should not be used for such events, especially when the winds will play havoc. The Queen was pictured smiling at Prince William as he rode past her carriage (bottom left).

If you really know your stuff, the hat that each royal family member wears, their uniform, and the formation of their buttons can tell you a lot, but since most of us don't possess this knowledge, this is why Princes William and Charles are on horseback and Prince Harry isn't.

As with previous years, the Duchess of Cambridge and the Duchess of Cornwall are expected to take part in the Queen's carriage procession. In January, the new royal wore a plaid Theory blazer that offered a hint of collarbone, and at her wedding to Prince Harry last month, her custom Givenchy gown mimicked a similar neckline.

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