Ainhoa BarcelonaSee all the times the Queen's youngest family members have perfected their royal wave, from Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte to big brother Prince George
From an early age, the youngest members of the royal family are taught about life in the Firm, whether that means going on tours abroad at just a few months old, to learning about their duty to the Queen and country. But they also pick up another skill pretty quickly – how to do a royal wave! Prince George and Princess Charlotte have already mastered the art of the royal wave, learning from their great-grandmother the Queen. And on Saturday at Trooping the Colour, their baby brother Prince Louis showed that he too is a fast learner. Take a look at the cutest royal waves of all time…
In June 2019, Louis made his debut at Trooping the Colour in London. Prince William and Kate's youngest child joined the royal family in celebrating the Queen's official birthday, making an adorable appearance on the balcony of Buckingham Palace. Louis, who was 14 months old, waved so hard he nearly knocked his mum's hat off, prompting Kate to burst into fits of laughter.
At an official photocall with his parents Prince Charles and Princess Diana, William looked super sweet wrapped up in a snowsuit.
How sweet does curly-haired Anne look back in 1954? The Queen, her sister Princess Margaret and her two elder children were returning to London after their summer holiday in Balmoral.
Back in January 1987, four-year-old William looked excited on his first day of school.
Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte
Louis copied his older sister Princess Charlotte, waving to crowds from Buckingham Palace at Trooping the Colour 2019.
The Queen and Princess Charlotte
William and Kate's only daughter Charlotte has learnt from the best! At Trooping the Colour in 2018, Charlotte, then three, was pictured looking over to her Gan-Gan and copying the Queen's royal wave to perfection.
Prince Harry and Lady Louise Windsor
Prince Harry took the lead during the carriage procession at Prince William and Kate's wedding in 2011, encouraging his cousin Lady Louise Windsor to wave to the crowds.
The future King waved to his parents, the Queen and Prince Philip, when he was three years old.
A double wave from Prince George during the Cambridges' tour of Canada in 2016.
Just moments before she went inside the Lindo Wing to meet her baby brother Prince Louis, Charlotte turned around to the press and gave them one last wave.
Trooping the Colour in 1964 was a particularly special time. The Queen presented her youngest child, Prince Edward, to the world when the baby was three months old, while big brother Prince Andrew copied his parents and waved.