Lip Readers Exposed What The Royals Actually Said To Each Other On The Balcony During Trooping The Color

June 10, 2019 16:21

One of the most exciting royal celebrations has finally happened. The annual Trooping the Color parade marked the Queen’s official birthday, which is actually celebrated in April.

All of the royal family members joined the monarch at the balcony of Buckingham Palace, including the Duchess of Sussex who stepped out on public for the first time since giving birth to her son.

As the royals watched the parade, many wondered what they were talking to each other about. A professional lip reader is here to give us a little glimpse into those intimate interactions.

The balcony chats

Lip reading experts Tamara Cunningham and Katie Ellel watched closely the members of the royal family and here’s what they’ve got to share with us.

Perhaps, the most excited witnesses of the celebration were Kate and William’s three kids. Duchess Kate, apparently, told George, Charlotte, and Louis to wave to the crowds of people and the helicopters.

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She said:

Wave at the helicopters, wave there, yeah wave!

Prince William also ensured his eldest son doesn’t miss all the fun as he instructed him to keep the eyes up. He added:

It’s very windy there. Try and look up, okay? Good chap.

But the main question is – did the Queen like the parade? It seems that she did. The monarch noted that she loves the planes as they passed in the sky. As they began approaching down, Her Majesty enthusiastically exclaimed:

Isn't this lovely.

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It was Prince Louis’ first Trooping the Color parade and, according to a body language expert, it was his moment.

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The little royal was seen bursting with excitement and joy. It was evident that he certainly had a fantastic time!