After having being a mother for the second time, #Kate Middleton took a pause from her busy schedule to devote time to her children, away from the media pressure in the British capital. Last Saturday, 13th of June, marked the return of the Duchess official acts in London. Kate attended the "Trooping the Colour" ceremony, which is part of the #Queen Elizabeth II anniversary celebrations. The monarch has completed 89 years in April, but the #Festivities will take place during the month of June.
Six weeks after the birth of Charlotte, Kate Middleton made her first public appearance at an event held in central London. During the parade, attended by members of the royal family, the Duchess of Cambridge have shifted in a carriage with Prince Harry and Camilla Parker Bowles.
Despite the recent events involving the wife of Prince Charles and the consequences that may occur from that, the Duchess of Cornwall also attended to the ceremony. Camilla's alleged adultery already made the Dukes of Cambridge prohibit Carlos's wife to visit or have contact with her two children. The conduct of Camilla Parker Bowles may also jeopardize her marriage and therefore her claims to one day become Queen.
In the parade, Prince William traveled by horse, next to the royal troops and along with his father and his aunt, Princess Anne. Kate Middleton is still on maternity leave and only returns, more intensively, to her official commitments after the summer, but the Duchess wanted to be present at this ceremony, since it is a very important date for the royal family. As always, Kate presented herself in a very elegant way, choosing a fashion atelier dress by Catherine Walker.
The children of the Dukes of Cambridge were placed at the care of nannies at Buckingham Palace and Prince George watched the parade in the palace window. A photo of the moment was published in Kensington Palace's Facebook. However, after the end of the parade, the royal family gathered on the balcony of Buckingham Palace where, for the first time, George was present and was the center of attentions.