Princess Charlotte tells little brother Prince Louis to 'stop' on Trooping the Colour balcony

This is the adorable moment Princess Charlotte playfully told little brother Prince Louis to "stop" as he enthusiastically danced along to music at Trooping the Colour. Kate Middleton returned to the public eye alongside husband Prince William and their three kids.

The Royal Family occasion marked Kate's first public appearance since her cancer diagnosis. The Princess of Wales is watching the Trooping the Colour from the Buckingham Palace balcony with her children.

Prince William rode on horseback in the procession and did not join Kate, George, Charlotte and Louis in the Glass State Coach on the way to the ceremony. The Red Arrows posted on X saying they were “getting ready” for the King- while the RAF warned it is not a certainty.

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The Red Arrows said: “Getting ready for HM The King and London: The jets being brought out at RAF Waddington and prepared by engineers including Circus team members ahead of a flypast at 1300 to mark His Majesty The King’s Official Birthday.”

The RAF earlier said: “Today at 1pm, subject to weather, serviceability, and operational requirements, over 30 aircraft will take to the skies above London and over Buckingham Palace to celebrate His Majesty The King’s Official Birthday following the King’s Birthday Parade (Trooping the Colour).”

The Princess, 42, was diagnosed with an undisclosed cancer several months ago, and, now undergoing "preventative treatment" has ceased public royal duties. She explained that she is "making good progress", but still has both "good and bad days" as she continues her treatment.

She said: "I am making good progress, but as anyone going through chemotherapy will know, there are good days and bad days. On those bad days you feel weak, tired and you have to give in to your body resting. But on the good days, when you feel stronger, you want to make the most of feeling well."