Coronation Concert: Charlotte and George had so much fun

Not only Charles III enjoyed himself at the coronation concert at Windsor Castle.

Coronation Concert: Charlotte and George had so much fun

Not only Charles III enjoyed himself at the coronation concert at Windsor Castle. (74) royal. His grandchildren Charlotte (8) and George (9) sang, clapped and danced enthusiastically. The surprise appearance of Miss Piggy and Kermit and the speech of their father Prince William (40) were particularly well received by the Mini-Royals.

Prince George and Princess Charlotte stole the show from their newly crowned grandfather during the concert on Sunday evening (May 7). The second and third in line to the British throne provided sugar-sweet moments as they happily waved Union Jack flags and together cheered on their father. Because as heir to the throne William gave a short speech on the merits of his father Charles III in front of the 20,000 spectators. held, the Mini-Royals got completely over the moon. "Look, there's dad!" Charlotte said to her older brother, pointing towards the stage. But the kids had the most fun watching the Muppets perform. Miss Piggy and Kermit joked with presenter Hugh Bonneville, 59, about wanting to sit in the royal box. Charlotte and George laughed heartily at this.

The two older children of William and Princess Kate (41) were allowed to take part in the concert evening, which lasted several hours. They sat between their parents. Younger brother Louis stayed at home when he was five. William also clearly had fun with his offspring. He even got carried away tickling George's face with his pennant, causing the nine-year-old to grimace. Charlotte was able to quickly duck away from the flag. The royal couple shared a video of the evening on their Instagram page and gushed, "A night to remember."

Stars like Lionel Richie (73), Katy Perry (38) and the band Take That were on stage at the coronation concert. Opera singers Andrea Bocelli (64) and Sir Bryn Terfel (57) sang "You'll Never Walk Alone" together. Olly Murs (38), Nicole Scherzinger (44) and pianist Lang Lang (40) were also there.

The royal family watched the spectacle from the grandstand. King Charles and Queen Camilla (75) were in a good mood and wore royal blue. Duchess Sophie (58) with Prince Edward (59) could also be seen in the stands. Prince Andrew (63) and ex-wife Sarah Ferguson (63) were also there. Just like Zara Tindall (41) and her husband Mike (44) as well as Princess Eugenie (33) and husband Jack Brooksbank (37).

The three-day coronation celebrations continue on Monday (May 8th): The British have a special holiday and are called upon to get involved in social projects.

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