Since Thursday June 2, 2022, the British royal family has been the center of attention across the Channel, and more particularly Queen Elizabeth II of England. Indeed, the sovereign, who ascended the throne of the United Kingdom in 1952, celebrates this year her 70 years of reign at the head of Great Britain. An impressive record that England has decided to celebrate as it should, by organizing several major festivities as part of a Platinum Jubilee. The latter officially started on Thursday June 2, 2022, with the traditional military parade called Trooping the Colour.
On this occasion, the entire British royal family had gathered at Buckingham Palace, with the exception of Prince Andrew. The latter was not invited because of his legal setbacks. On the other hand, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry made the trip to the United Kingdom with their children, Archie and Lilibet. In cold weather with the rest of the British royal family, since they made the decision to leave England to settle in California, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have reached an agreement to participate in this event. They thus had the opportunity to find Prince William and Kate Middleton, as well as their children: Prince Louis, Princess Charlotte and Prince George.
A Disney princess! Giggling Charlotte dances along to Encanto hit song We Don’t Talk About Bruno https://t.co/lMkKZe54ww
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Princess Charlotte: very inspired by a Disney song
Visiting Cardiff with their offspring on Saturday June 4, 2022, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge had the opportunity to attend a small artistic demonstration carried out by their daughter. Indeed, as reported by the Daily Mail, Princess Charlotte stood out that day by dancing, but also by conducting an orchestra. The young girl was apparently delighted to hear the musicians playing the song called We Don’t Talk About Bruno, popularized by the animated film from Disney studios Encanto. After swaying to this music, Princess Charlotte shared a long laugh with her father.
Camilla Parker Bowles, Duchess of Cornwall and Princess Charlotte of Cambridge © AGENCY