Six of the Queen’s great-grandchildren have yet to appear on the Buckingham Palace balcony.
THE QUEEN is joined on the Buckingham Palace balcony by members of the Royal Family for her annual birthday celebrations. Six of the Queen’s great-grandchildren, on the other hand, have yet to attend the ceremony.
The Royal Family has increased greatly throughout Queen Elizabeth II’s reign. The Queen now has 11 great-grandchildren, in addition to her eight grandkids. Princess Beatrice, the Queen’s granddaughter, is expecting her first child later this year with her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, who will be the Queen’s twelfth great-grandchild.
The public usually sees a lot of the Royal Family’s working members while they are out and about on behalf of the Queen, executing royal engagements.
However, the extended Royal Family is frequently seen at royal functions.
Every year in London, the Queen’s traditional birthday parade, Trooping the Colour, takes place.
Members of the Queen’s family, including her grandchildren and great-grandchildren, wave to the public from the balcony of Buckingham Palace alongside the monarch and other senior royals.
At recent Trooping the Colour occasions, Prince William and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge were accompanied by their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.
In fact, Prince Louis’ first public appearance on the Buckingham Palace balcony was for the 2019 Trooping the Colour.
However, for the past two years, the Trooping of the Colour has not taken place at Buckingham Palace as planned.
The event was scaled down for 2020 and 2021 due to the customary throngs that congregate in London to commemorate the Queen’s birthday. Instead, it was hosted at Windsor.
As a result, members of the Royal Family, including some of the younger royals who may have made their balcony debuts, did not make their normal appearance on the Buckingham Palace balcony.
Six of the Queen’s great-grandchildren are believed to have never witnessed Trooping the Colour from the Buckingham Palace balcony.
Mia Tindall, the Queen’s great-granddaughter, has never attended the event before, according to MyLondon.
Zara Tindall, the Queen’s eldest granddaughter, and her husband Mike Tindall have a daughter named Mia.
Mia’s younger siblings, Lena and Lucas, who was born earlier this year, have never participated in the competition.
The ceremonies were also skipped by Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex’s son Archie and daughter Lilibet.
Lilibet was conceived. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”