Princess Charlotte and Prince George looking adorable at the Trooping the Colour will make your heart hurt a little bit


Will we ever see Prince George running round in a Jedi costume with ketchup stains on his chin and a hole in his socks? Will we ever see Princess Charlotte hurling her hair bows at her mother because she'd rather be playing in the garden than watching planes go by? The answer is a 99.9% certain "no", which is a little disappointing.

However, we can all coo over these incredibly cute snaps from the Queen's 90th birthday.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with their children Princess Charlotte and Prince George
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Carried by her mother Kate, Charlotte, dressed in a pale pink dress with a pink bow clip in her hair, pointed as she spotted the crowds of well-wishers.

As the aircraft thundered overhead, the young Princess screwed up her eyes and looked up, with her hand covering one of her ears.

The toddler spent much of her royal appearance with her fingers or thumb in her mouth, perhaps chewing them to ease teething or perhaps the experience was a little overwhelming.

The Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cambridge, Princess Charlotte, Prince George, the Duke of Cambridge, Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh watch a flypast from the balcony of Buckingham Palace
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If the image of the whole family enjoying the show enjoying the Trooping the Colour doesn't make you feel all warm and fuzzy, we don't know what will.

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II smiles with Prince Philip, right, Prince William, centre, his son Prince George, front, and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge holding Princess Charlotte
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George, who made his debut last year, stood on a small step so he could see over the top of the balcony.

The Queen, whom George calls "Gan Gan", could be seen chatting to her great-grandson. Kate was spotted crouching down to talk to her lad as he pointed towards oncoming planes.