The Duchess of Cambridge will step out to support her hubby, at Queen Elizabeth’s birthday celebrations
On Prince William and Kate Middleton’s Royal Wedding day, pictures of the newlywed couple flooded in. But the happy pair haven’t been seen in public since jetting off on their luxurious Seychelles honeymoon – over two weeks ago.
Now it’s been revealed the couple will make their first post-wedding appearance at the Trooping of the Colour, to mark Queen Elizabeth’s birthday.
The colourful, official parade is held each June, to mark the Queen’s coming of age.
And this year, Kate Middleton has an invite.
It’s thought the new Duchess of Cambridge will attend alongside Prince William and the rest of the royal family, and could even make another appearance on the famous Buckingham Palace balcony at the spectacular London event.
Marking her second appearance in two days, it’s thought Kate will then step out to support her hubby at a charity polo match in Windsor on June 12.
And the lucky royal will have Kate Middleton will be cheering him on from the sidelines.
William will captain a team raising money for Tusk Trust, one of his charity favourites, while Harry will play for his own Sentebale charity.
Earlier today, it was revealed the newlywed couple will welcome President and First Lady Barack and Michelle Obama as they touch down in the UK for their week-long official visit.