Cousins ​​Mia Tindall, 8, and Princess Charlotte, 7, were seen playing before the flight

Cousins ​​Mia Tindall and princess charlotte were seen playing together, including some light patting, before the Buckingham Palace flight today, with the Duchess of Cambridge at one point he appears to be trying to keep the animated duo in line.

Seen through the palace windows as the royals prepared to step out onto the balcony ahead of the flight of Royal Navy, Army and Royal Air Force planes, the two cousins ​​appeared to be enjoying each other’s company. .

Mia, eight, the eldest daughter of the Queenthe granddaughter of Zara Tindall and her husband Mike, seemed to be leading a soft match with their younger cousin, the daughter of Prince William and Kate Middleton.

Earlier, Meghan Markle, who appeared in the UK for the first time since leaving the country in 2020, also appeared to be trying to keep royal children at bay when she appeared on a balcony with Savannah and Isla Phillips and Lena and Mia Tindall.

Laughing, Meghan put her finger to her lips to tell the three children to shut up.

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Cousins ​​Mia Tindall, eight, and Princess Charlotte, seven, are seen laughing through the window at Buckingham Palace as they prepare to watch the gun salute and flight.

Cousins ​​Mia Tindall, eight, and Princess Charlotte, seven, are seen laughing through the window at Buckingham Palace as they prepare to watch the gun salute and flight.

In the background, the Duchess of Cambridge is seen trying to calm her seven-year-old daughter and her cousin as the family prepares to join the queen on the balcony for the flight of 71 planes.

In the background, the Duchess of Cambridge is seen trying to calm her seven-year-old daughter and her cousin as the family prepares to join the queen on the balcony for the flight of 71 planes.

What a sight!  Prince George, Prince Louis, Princess Charlotte and Mia Tindall on the balcony, with Princess Beatrice in the background

What a sight! Prince George, Prince Louis, Princess Charlotte and Mia Tindall on the balcony, with Princess Beatrice in the background

Meghan Markle, who appeared in the UK for the first time since leaving the country in 2020, seemed to silence royal children when she appeared on a balcony with Savannah and Isla Phillips and Lena and Mia Tindall.

Meghan Markle, who appeared in the UK for the first time since leaving the country in 2020, seemed to silence royal children when she appeared on a balcony with Savannah and Isla Phillips and Lena and Mia Tindall.

During the actual sparring match, Mia, dressed in a cream dress with a floral design and paired with a red headband, laughed with her younger cousin as they waited for their moment in the spotlight.

seven-year-old Charlotte, who Looking elegant in a cornflower blue chiffon dress with bow detail by Patachou, and wearing her hair down in a neat braid and matching blue bow, she was seen gently brushing her cousin aside, with both girls giggling.

Later, the couple joined Prince George and Prince Louis to lean out the window for a bird’s-eye view of the thousands of people lining the mall.

Following the Queen’s Birthday Parade at Horse Guards in London this morning, the first official Platinum Jubilee event of the Bank Holiday weekend, royals gathered on the balcony of Buckingham Palace for the flight to 1 p.m

Lady Louise, the daughter of Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex is also seen in the background as the royals await their 1pm flight

Lady Louise, the daughter of Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex is also seen in the background as the royals await their 1pm flight

Previously, the Duke and Duchess of CambridgeThe three sons of had taken center stage in the first royal carriage down the Mall at the start of Trooping the Colour, when four days of Platinum Jubilee celebrations began in style.

prince georgeeight, princess charlotteseven and prince louisfour, joined the Duchess of Cambridge and the Duchess of Cornwall on Horse Guards Parade for the historic event.

Proving that sibling rivalry can rear its head even on the most regal of occasions, Princess Charlotte was seen teasing her little brother Louis for waving too enthusiastically at crowds.

Earlier today, Princess Charlotte wasn't entirely pleased with her little brother's enthusiasm for waving to the assembled crowds as they left Buckingham Palace, telling the four-year-old that

Earlier today, Princess Charlotte wasn’t entirely happy with her little brother’s enthusiasm for waving to the assembled crowds as they left Buckingham Palace, telling the four-year-old to “stop waving.”

An adorable clip shows the seven-year-old girl, who looking elegant in a cornflower blue chiffon gown with bow detail by Patachou, and wearing her hair down in a neat braid and matching blue ribbon, she was seen asking Prince Louis to ‘stop waving!’ as they made their way through the crowd.

Prince William and Kate Middleton’s eldest son, eight-year-old Prince George, dressed in a dapper navy suit and matching blue tie, watched as the petty dispute broke out in the royal carriage.

Little Prince Louis, who stole the fashion show in a pristine white sailor suit and bearing a striking resemblance to his father of the same age, who wore a similar outfit at the 1985 Trooping the Color event, seemed unfazed by the punishment from his sister and continued to wave. in any case.

Meanwhile, Mia Tindall’s mother, Zara Tindallshe looked stunning in scarlet today when she arrived for the Queen‘s platinum jubilee celebrations

The Queen’s granddaughter donned a £450 silk Beulah London Darsha gown paired with a Juliette Botterill ‘Floral Blossom Percher’ hat and her Rolex watch as she prepared to watch Trooping The Color with husband Mike.

In an Instagram post this morning, she said they were looking forward to the next few days ‘celebrating one of the greatest women on this planet’.

The Queen's granddaughter, Zara Tindall, donned a Beulah London Darsha dress paired with a Juliette Botterill 'Floral Blossom Percher' hat and her Rolex watch as she prepared to watch Trooping The Color with husband Mike.

The Queen’s granddaughter, Zara Tindall, donned a Beulah London Darsha dress paired with a Juliette Botterill ‘Floral Blossom Percher’ hat and her Rolex watch as she prepared to watch Trooping The Color with husband Mike.

Zara and Mike Tindall stopped by The Stafford, London, to support Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity GOSH, of which the Queen is a Patron, and artist Carne Griffiths at the launch of her portrait 'The Platinum Queen' before heading to Buckingham Palace for the Trooping The Color ceremony

Zara and Mike Tindall stopped by The Stafford, London, to support Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity GOSH, of which the Queen is a Patron, and artist Carne Griffiths at the launch of her portrait ‘The Platinum Queen’ before heading to Buckingham Palace for the Trooping The Color ceremony

The couple stopped at The Stafford, London, to support Great Ormond Street Hospital children’s charity GOSH, of which the Queen is a patron, and artist Carne Griffiths at the launch of her portrait ‘The Platinum Queen’ before go to Buckingham palace for the Trooping The Color ceremony.

His portrait depicts the young Queen Elizabeth shortly before her coronation nearly seven decades ago.

Griffiths, known for using tea, ink and alcohol in his work, is releasing 70 limited edition prints, as well as artist’s proofs, to mark the monarch’s Platinum Jubilee, one for each year of her historic reign.

The couple are not part of the parade, but will watch the action with other members of the royal family from the Office of the Major General.

Kate Middleton flashes a beaming smile as she joins her three children and the Duchess of Cornwall on their way to the mall;  the royals are believed to have told her three children: 'Look at these colors and all the flags!'  as they headed to Horse Guards Parade

Kate Middleton flashes a beaming smile as she joins her three children and the Duchess of Cornwall on their way to the mall; the royals are believed to have told her three children: ‘Look at these colors and all the flags!’ as they headed to Horse Guards Parade

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