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Prince George Attends Coronation Rehearsal Alongside Prince William & King Charles to Practice His History-Making Role

With King Charles III’s coronation ceremony just days away, the royal family is busier than ever — and even the youngest members of the brigade are taking part in the preparations.

On Wednesday morning, three days ahead of the historic service, Prince William, 40, and Kate Middleton, 41, were spotted with all three of their children — Prince George, 9, Princess Charlotte, 8, and Prince Louis, 5 — at Westminster Abbey for a coronation rehearsal. King Charles, 74, and Queen Consort Camilla, 75, were also in attendance, along with the monarch’s sister, Princess Anne, 72.

Charles was seen arriving at Westminster Abbey, where he’ll be crowned as king on Saturday, with a beaming smile on his face. Anne arrived shortly after her eldest brother, followed by Camilla, then the Wales family.

William and Kate’s arrival with their brood coincided with a changeover in classes at the nearby Westminster School, and the students excitedly waved at the royals as they passed by. Princess Charlotte, who just celebrated her 8th birthday on May 2, was spotted waving back with a grin on her face. A bystander also remarked that Kate seemed “relaxed and happy” — the special occasion appears to have the entire UK-based family in high spirits!


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