Princess Eugenie's son August made his Royal debut yesterday in the sweetest outfit (and here's where to buy it)

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Yesterday saw the end of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee weekend with a celebratory pageant that lasted most of the afternoon. Not only were we treated to a surprise appearance by her majesty herself, but we also got to see many of the youngest Royals who had come out to see the spectacle.

We caught glimpses of Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis (who stole the show with his expressions over the weekend), as well as Mia and Lena (daughters of Zara Phillips and Mike Tindall).

Also in the Royal Box was August Brooksbank, Princess Eugenie's son with husband Jack Brooksbank, who made his Royal debut. August, who recently turned one, was seen splitting his time between his mother's and father's laps for much of the pageant.

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Eugenie and Jack welcomed their first child in Feb. 2021, making the Queen a great-grandmother for the ninth time. The Queen's great-grandson was well and truly in the Jubilee spirit sporting a jaunty Union Jack sweater from traditional British childrenswear brand Trotters.

Thomas Brown Little George Jumper, from £48 | Trotters

Thomas Brown Little George Jumper, from £48 | Trotters
A brand already loved by the Royal family (Prince George and Princess Charlotte are often seen wearing its clothes) this sweet little jumper was the perfect choice to celebrate the Queen's 70 years on the throne.
You can also buy the jumper from John Lewis.

This was August's second Jubilee event of the weekend, he watched the RAF flypast during Thursday's Trooping the Color parade with his parents from a rooftop close to Buckingham Palace.

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The little one is definitely giving George, Charlotte and Louis a run for their money in the cuteness race.

Katie Thomas

Katie Thomas is the Senior Beauty Editor at Marie Claire UK. With over 10 years of experience on women's luxury lifestyle titles, she covers everything from the best beauty looks from the red carpet and stand out trends from the catwalk, to colonic irrigation and to the best mascaras on the market. She started her career on fashion desks across the industry - from The Telegraph to Brides - but found her calling in the Tatler beauty department. From there she moved to Instyle, before joining the Marie Claire digital team in 2018. She’s made it her own personal mission to find the best concealer in the world to cover her tenacious dark circles. She’s obsessed with skincare that makes her skin bouncy and glowy, low-maintenance hair that doesn’t require brushing and a cracking good manicure. Oh and she wears more jewellery than the Queen.