PRINCE George and his sister Princess Charlotte couldn’t resist looking at the Trooping of the Colour ceremony through the window.
But they later got the chance to wave to the crowds on the palace balcony to celebrate the Queen’s official birthday.
Charlotte, carried by the Duchess of Cambridge, pointed into the crowd while George looked unimpressed as he rested his face in his hands.
As helicopters flew over, Prince George waved enthusiastically and his two-year-old sister followed his lead.
After listening to a final rendition of the national anthem the family headed inside, but not before a customary royal wave, which Charlotte eagerly joined in on.
The annual event saw more than 1,000 soldiers taking part in the traditional display of pomp and pageantry at the Horse Guards Parade in Westminster.