List of All Public Appearances in the Last Year:
• Prince Harry and Ms. Markle
25th September: Invictus Games, Wheelchair Tennis
30th September: Invictus Games, Closing Ceremony
27th November: Prince Harry and Ms. Meghan Markle Announce Their Engagement.
1st December: Terrance Higgins Trust, World AIDS Day charity fair.
1st December: Nottingham Academy.
2nd December: Queen’s Christmas lunch at Buckingham Palace.
25th December: Church for Christmas Service in Sandringham.
9th January: Reprezent 107.3FM in Brixton
18th January: Cardiff Castle
18th January: Star Hub in Cardiff
1st February: The Endeavour Awards.
13th February: Edinburgh Castle in Edinburgh.
13th February: Social Bite in Edinburgh.
13th February: Reception At Holyroodhouse Palace.
28th February: The First Royal Foundation Forum
8th March: Millennium Point in Birmingham
8th March: Nechells Wellbeing Centre in Birmingham
12th March: Commonwealth Day Church Service At Westminster Abbey
23rd March: Eikon Centre in Lisburn
23rd March: Visit to Crown Liquor Saloon in Belfast
23rd March: Visit to Catalyst Inc. in Belfast
23rd March: Titanic Belfast Maritime Museum
6th April: UK Team Trials for the Invictus Games.
18th April: Commonwealth Youth Forum Reception.
19th April: The Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting 2018, Women’s Empowerment Reception
21st April: Invictus Games Reception.
21st April: The Queen’s 92nd birthday concert at Royal Albert Hall
23rd April: 25th Anniversary Memorial Service to Celebrate the Life and Legacy of Stephen Lawrence.
25th April: Dawn Service Commemorating Anzac Day
25th April: Anzac Day Service of Commemoration and Thanksgiving at Westminster Abbey.
• The Duke and Duchess of Sussex
22nd May: Prince of Wales’ 70th Birthday Patronage Reception at Buckingham Palace
9th June: Trooping The Colour
14th June: The Queen and the Duchess Open the Mersey Gateway Bridge
14th June: The Queen and the Duchess Open the Storyhouse Theatre
14th June: The Queen and the Duchess Visit Chester Town Hall
16th June: Wedding of Celia McCorquodale
19th June: Ascot Day 1
26th June: Queen’s Young Leader’s Awards Reception at Buckingham Palace.
مراسم به نام “trooping the colours” هر ساله به مناسب تولد ملکه برگزار میشه و احتمالا ما بیشتر عکسهای خانواده سلطنتی رو میبینیم که به بالکنی کاخ باکینگهام میان ولی این مراسم مجلل تر از این حرفاست. از سال ۱۷۴۸ یعنی زمان جورج دوم برای جشن گرفتن تولدش این مراسم انجام میشه. جالبه بدونید که ملکه دو تا جشن تولد داره یکی ۱۱ اپریل هست که واقعا اون روز به دنیا اومده که به صورت خصوصی جشن گذفته میشه و یکی دیگه هم این مراسم هست که با رژه نظامیها و به پرواز دراومدن هواپیماهای نیروی هواهه جشن گرفته میشه. ملکه تا سال ۱۹۸۷ خودش هم در رژه شرکت میکرده و روی اسب مینشسته ولی از اون سال به بعد با کالسکه مراسم رو انجام میده.
The tradition dates all the way back to King George II, who in 1748 combined the annual summer military march with his birthday celebration—even though he was born in October. Ever since, the reigning monarch has had the option of having an official birthday in the summertime. Back in the 1700s, the various regiments would show off their flags, so all the troops would recognize their banners during battle. Hence, "trooping" the "colour." On April 21, the actual day of her birth, Elizabeth II celebrates privately, but on Saturday, June 9 she will mark her "official" birthday publicly with a parade. During the parade, the Queen will inspect her troops. For years, she did this on horseback, but since 1987, she has attended in a carriage. A key part of the Trooping the Colour tradition is the royal family's balcony appearance. While the royal family does from time to time assemble on the balcony of Buckingham Palace for reasons other than the birthday parade, Trooping the Color is the only guaranteed annual appearance, and the one with the largest group.
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This weekend, the Cambridges—Kate, William, George and Charlotte—hit pause on Kate's maternity leave and attended the wedding of a friend, Sophie Carter.
Princess Charlotte, who is Carter's goddaughter, and Prince George, acted as page boy and flower girl respectively, while their new little brother, Prince Louis, was probably snoozing at home. Kate and William were also able to have some time out from their (presumably) very busy house.
But although this Cambridge family outing—and George's Gary Janetti meme-inspiring expressions—was adorable, our eyes were drawn to something else: their coordinated outfits.
But the question remains: Why do they all dress in one colour?
Well, the answer isn't totally clear-cut—there aren't any strict royal protocols or rules surrounding the colours the royal family should wear. However, if we had to guess, we'd say it's all about tradition.
Kate and William are pretty consistent with dressing their kids traditionally—Charlotte always wears dresses, George is always in shorts (pants aren't on the books for royal boys until they're eight), their shoes have the correct amount of buckles, etc.
So it makes sense that they would also go for a more traditional feel when it comes to coordinating. If you look back at any royal family photo—from the British, to the Swedish, even the Russians—they all make a point of dressing very similarly, even wearing the same dress.
The choice, we assume, would be the same for the Cambridges. This coordinated colour scheme would present a very put-together picture, one of a close-knit family.
It also has the added benefit of making their image more timeless and less inclined to dating. From the kids' smocked and pleated outfits, to Kate's timeless style, it would be hard to say that their outfits would appear 'out of style' in 10, 20, even 50 years.
A pretty smart move on Kate and Wills' part, no?
Take a look back at the Cambridge's cutest-ever coordinating moments.