Prince William shared an adorable moment with his eldest son, Prince George, at Saturday’s Platinum Party in the Palace concert for the Queen’s Jubilee, reported Hello magazine.
The Cambridge father-son duo were spotted singing along with Sir Rod Stewart as he crooned Neil Diamond’s classic hit Sweet Caroline, voted as the Thank You Day Jubilee Anthem by BBC Radio listeners.
The clip of Prince George and Prince William’s sweet moment was captured and shared widely on social media as the concert went on, with one royal sharing the video with the caption: “Prince George singing along to Sweet Caroline with his dad and waving his flag, a British classic.”
The Cambridge children, including Prince George and sister Princess Charlotte, sat in the front royal box with parents William and Kate Middleton as they enjoyed the concert which included performances from Queen, Adam Lambert, and Sir Elton John.
As for the youngest Cambridge, Prince Louis, he missed the concert presumably because of his age; the prince is currently just four years old.TV personality Lizzie Cundy told the Daily Star that the meeting with the toddler “pulled on the Queen’s heartstrings”. She added: “She hasn’t seen Lilibet, she wants to meet her great-granddaughter, it might be the last time she’ll get, so of course, the Queen will let them come.”
Earlier, Ms Cundy predicted that the Sussexes are aiming to steal the spotlight from the Queen at her Jubilee celebrations.She said: “This is all to do with taking the shine away from the Queen on her Platinum Jubilee, 70 years of service.
“Maybe they could take a leaf out of the Queen’s book and see how one should behave. “They decided not to be royals, they didn’t want to be working royals, they didn’t want to do the royal duties so they should have the decency I feel to stay away.”
She added: “They should let the Queen have her day and let not take any of the attention they know the attention will be on them, she knows exactly what she’s doing.“I do think they will take the shine of the Queen, I really pray they don’t. “The royals are very aware of what they’re about but I don’t think they’ll be stopped.”