Princes George, Louis and Princess Charlotte watch Trooping the Colour at the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

Today, some cheeky young royals were spotted peering out of a window overlooking Horse Guards Parade, though

Harry and Meghan were nowhere to be seen.

Princes George and Louis were spotted on The Mall with their sister Charlotte, with Kate, Camilla, and Sophie

Wessex also making an appearance on the balcony.

During the march, Louis was seen waving at Prince William and Prince Charles. While the Cambridge children were

watching Trooping the Colour, Princess Beatrice appeared to point something out to them.

As the young royal played with Mia Tindall, Princess Charlotte appeared to be reprimanded by her mother Kate.

The Sussexes and their children, however, were not to be found. For the first time in over two years, Harry and

Meghan will be seen with senior royals for an official engagement. For the public family reunion, they are expected

to bring Archie, who is three years old, and Lilibet, who is almost one.

Archie hasn’t visited the UK since he was six months old, and Lilibet has never met her royal ancestors. After his fall

from grace, however, Prince Andrew receives no invitation, even in a private capacity.

When the national song was performed on their entry into Horse Guards Parade, the Cambridge youngsters

bowed their heads.