Kate Middleton attends Trooping The Colour as Prince George looks on

Published Saturday, Jun 13 2015, 13:38 BST  |  By  |  Add comment
Kate Middleton has made her first public appearance since leaving hospital with newborn daughter Princess Charlotte.

The Duchess of Cambridge, 33, attended the Trooping The Colour ceremony and rode in a carriage with step-mum Camilla Parker-Bowles and brother-in-law Prince Harry.

Kate Middleton attends Trooping the Colour at Horse Guards Parade, 13 June 2015


Kate looked stunning in a blue and white floral coat dress by Catherine Walker and an ivory Lock & Co hat perfect for the auspicious occasion in London.

Smiling and waving at fans and onlookers, she looked in good health and showed no signs of being a sleep-deprived mum of two!

The last time we saw Kate, she was leaving the Lindo maternity wing of St Mary's Hospital with baby Charlotte on 2 May.

Kate Middleton attends the Trooping the Colour at Horse Guards Parade, 13 June 2015


Prince William takes part in Trooping the Colour at Horse Guards Parade, 13 June 2015


Husband Prince William wore a traditional bearskin hat and red tunic as he took part in the parade on horseback.

And there was one spectator who was clearly thrilled to be there...

Prince George was spotted in the window of Buckingham Palace waving and pointing at his famous mummy and daddy.

Prince George at the window of Buckingham Palace with nanny Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo, 13 Jun 2015

© Rex Features / Tim Rooke

The cheeky toddler, who will be two in July, was seen in the arms of nanny Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo.

Last weekend, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge released official photographs of Prince George and his baby sister - the first pictures of Princess Charlotte since her birth.

First photo of Charlotte and George together, taken by Kate Middleton.

© HRH Duchess of Cambridge / @KensingtonROyal

The image was taken by proud mum Kate Middleton in mid-May.

The annual Trooping the Colour parade celebrates the Queen's official birthday.

The ceremony is a military tradition dating back hundreds of years, but became associated with the royals in the 18th century. The Queen's actual birthday is on April 21 and she turned 89 this year.

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