Lip readers reveal HILARIOUS Royals' chats during Queen's Jubilee celebrations
Some of the royals' conversations during the Platinum Jubilee ceremony have been revealed by lip-reading experts. Lip readers Jeremy Freeman and John Cassidy were able to see Prince William and Kate Middleton's daughter Princess Charlotte give her elder brother Prince George some sisterly advice during Thursday's Trooping the Colour presentation on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, according to the Mirror.
Prince Louis then asked the Queen, “Are the Red Arrows coming?” to which she replied, “I hope so.” During the ceremony, after the Red Arrows, a group of Royal Air Force planes flew over the palace, Louis stole the show when the planes appeared and painted the sky red, white, and blue, exclaiming, "Yes yes yes!" "There it is," the Queen said to the young lad, before Louis exclaimed, "Oh Red Arrows, whoah! Whoah, that was loud!”
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Queen Elizabeth II was also impressed at the past-and-present fly-past of 70 planes representing Britain’s armed forces, saying: “That’s our air force…the Apaches.” She also pointed out how the formation of the Apache helicopters, RAF fast jets, and wartime-era aircraft was quite clever. The Duchess of Cambridge made sure her children got a good look at the Reds when they painted the sky red, white and blue. She pointed the moment out to Prince Louis, Prince George, 8, and Princess Charlotte, 7, saying, “See the smoke!”
The historic flight included 70 planes, one for each year Her Majesty has been on the throne. Following the church service, Prince Charles and his wife Camilla joined Kate and William, 39, outside the church. According to the Mirror, she expressed her satisfaction with the service by remarking, "It went very well, very well," to which the Duke replied, "Yes, perfect." While waiting for their car to transport them to the next event of the day, William waved to the cheering throng before turning to his wife and saying, "Wait for that to move, then we can go." Daily Mail also had lip-reading expert Juliet Sullivan do some digging into Meghan and Harry's convo, which was mostly about logistics regarding the event.
Harry allegedly told Meghan, "So when we go...and then we have to… that's together..." to which Meghan replied, "Yes...(nods)...should be fun (laughs)." Meanwhile, Meghan Markle and her husband Prince Harry sat far apart from estranged family members, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, at Friday's National Service of Thanksgiving for the Queen's reign at St. Paul's Cathedral. "Yeah, will be fine," Markle, 40, reportedly told Harry, 37, during the almost hour-long service, according to the Sun. Thousands of people lined the streets to observe the ceremony, including the royal family. As the Jubilee celebrations proceeded, the Queen waved to the crowds before the royals returned to the palace. To mark the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, 3,500 beacons have been lit across the country, with celebrations continuing over the four-day bank holiday.