Who sat in the royal box? Royal Family members reunite for Platinum Pageant

The Queen concluded the pageant expressing her thanks from the balcony of Buckingham Palace

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Members of the Royal Family gathered in the royal box yesterday afternoon, to watch the Platinum Pageant which told the story of the Queen's 70-year reign.

The final celebrations kicked-off at 2.30pm, with visitors witnessing the appearance of the Gold State Coach, which featured a hologram of the Queen on the day of her coronation inside.

Over 10,000 people, including 6,000 performers and an array of stars, took part in the 3km pageant from the Palace of Westminster, along Whitehall to Admiralty Arch and down The Mall to Buckingham Palace and then St James's Park.

The Royal Family took to the limelight for one final time to witness the pageant which combined street arts, theatre, music, circus, carnival and costume.

Members of the Royal Family in the front row of the royal box included:

  • Kate, Duchess of Cambridge
  • Prince William
  • Prince Louis of Cambridge
  • Princess Charlotte of Cambridge
  • Prince George of Cambridge
  • Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall
  • Prince Charles
  • Princess Anne
  • Vice Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence

Pictures snapped animated interactions between four-year-old Prince Louis and his mother, the Duchess of Cambridge. The young Prince cheered as the procession went past, and was later seen making faces at his mother.

Prince Louis of Cambridge and his mother the Duchess of Cambridge were seated in front of Mike Tindall and Mia Tindall
Prince Louis of Cambridge and his mother the Duchess of Cambridge were seated in front of Mike Tindall and Mia Tindall

Other members of the Royal Family where spotted watching proceedings from the second row:

  • Mike Tindall
  • Mia Tindall
  • Lena Tindall
  • Zara Tindall
  • Lindsay Wallace
  • Peter Phillips
Zara Tindall and youngest daughter Lena Tindall are spotted alongside Labour Leader Sir Keir Starmer, infront of Princess Charlotte, Prince George and Prince William
Zara Tindall and youngest daughter Lena Tindall are spotted alongside Labour Leader Sir Keir Starmer, infront of Princess Charlotte, Prince George and Prince William
Prince George of Cambridge watched the pageant from the royal box
Prince George of Cambridge watched the pageant from the royal box
The Duchess of Cornwall smiles at Prince Louis as he sits on his grandfather, the Prince of Wales's lap
The Duchess of Cornwall smiles at Prince Louis as he sits on his grandfather, the Prince of Wales's lap

Mike Tindall was pictured playfully interacting with Prince Louis, gesturing and pointing to his eyes indicating he was keeping an eye over his.

Other family members in the royal box included Prince Edward: The Earl of Wessex, Jack Brooksbank, Princess Eugenie, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, Princess Beatrice, Savannah Phillips, Isla Phillips, Peter Phillips, and Lindsay Wallace.

The Queen concluded Platinum Jubilee celebrations by saying she was "humbled and deeply touched"
The Queen concluded Platinum Jubilee celebrations by saying she was "humbled and deeply touched"

On the final day of Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee Celebrations, one of the Queen's youngest great-grandchildren made his first public appearance at the pageant.

August Philip Hawke Brooksbank, the son of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank, appeared on his parents lap in the royal box.

Princess Beatrice's stepson - whom she deems her "bonus son" - also made his first official public appearance alongside the Royal Family at the Platinum Jubilee Pageant yesterday.

Son of her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi and and his ex, Dara Huang, Christopher Woolf Mapelli Mozzi, or "Wolfie", sat between his dad and stepmom Beatrice in the royal box.

The Queen made an appearance on the balcony of Buckingham Palace at the conclusion of the Jubilee Pageant.

Thrilling thousands of royal fans, Her Majesty said she was "humbled and deeply touched" by celebrations for her Platinum Jubilee, telling the nation she remains "committed to serving you to the best of my ability".

The 96-year-old monarch stood alongside Prince Charles, the Duchess of Cornwall, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, and their children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis at the finale of the street pageant outside Buckingham Palace.

Her Majesty looked at ease on the balcony as she leaned on her stick, now a routine aid following her mobility issues.

The national anthem was then played, as celebrities including Sir David Jason, Harry Redknapp, Sir Cliff Richard, Sandie Shaw and Felicity Kendal joined in a mass rendition of God Save The Queen.