Prince Louis to make Buckingham Palace balcony debut at Trooping the Colour

Prince Louis will be stepping into the royal spotlight on Saturday, as the youngest child of Prince William and Kate Middleton will attend his first Trooping the Colour festivities, People confirmed Monday.

Louis, who turned 1 in April, will appear on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, where he will join his parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, in addition to older siblings Prince George, 5, and Princess Charlotte, 4.

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Marking Queen Elizabeth II‘s official birthday, the Trooping the Colour is a lively event in which “the parade moves from Buckingham Palace and down The Mall to Horse Guard’s Parade, alongside members of the royal family on horseback and in carriages,” as described on the royal family’s official website.

Last year, Meghan Markle made her Trooping the Colour debut, weeks after marrying Prince Harry at Windsor Castle. The former “Suits” actress, 37, who gave birth to son Archie Harrison in early May, is rumored to attend Saturday’s celebrations, which would mark her first event since she and Harry, 34, presented their newborn son to the world.

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Both Meghan and Harry were absent from Monday’s banquet dinner at Buckingham Palace for President Donald Trump’s state visit to the UK.

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