Prince William was every inch the doting dad on Saturday whilst appearing on the balcony at the first Trooping the Colour since King Charles was reigning monarch. 

The sweet moment, which you can see in the video below, saw the Prince of Wales cuddle his daughter, Princess Charlotte, from behind whilst they joined their fellow royal family members for an appearance on the balcony of Buckingham Palace. 

Charlotte looked adorable for the historic moment, wearing a beautiful traditional white dress with a Peter Pan collar featuring red embroidery and cherry red bow. Charlotte’s immaculate vintage-style dress was paired with her trademark hairstyle, her golden tresses pulled back into a chic chignon.

The little Princess matched with her adoring father who was dressed in his military uniform.  Meanwhile, Prince George and Prince Louis also kept within the scarlett colour theme and twinned in matching red ties. Princess Kate dazzled royal fans in a spellbinding green gown by Andrew Gn, in a nod to her role as Colonel of the Irish Guards and completed the emerald ensemble with a wide-brim hat by Philip Treacy. 

Earlier in the parade, Charlotte and George were captured in a sweet sibling moment, bowing their heads whilst in the carriage with their youngest brother Louis, Queen Camilla and their mother, Princess Kate.

Queen Camilla wore a ravishing military-inspired ensemble – a red silk coat dress that takes inspiration from the uniform of the Grenadier Guards, complete with a black headpiece and feather, a nod to the bearskins that the regiment wear. 

The gown incorporated special details from the uniform including the ‘The Grenade Fired Proper’ embroidered in gold bullion on the collar and the gold bullion back slashes.