Duke and Duchess of Cambridge meet royal fans at Kensington street party on day four of Platinum Jubilee celebrations
- Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were seen today talking with the public
- Kate, 40, was there ahead of the grand finale of the four day Jubilee celebrations
- She spoke with Royalists who were marking the Queen’s 70 year reign in London
- Her London residency is just nearby North Kensington at Kensington Palace
The Duchess and Duke of Cambridge have been seen in London today greeting Royalists out marking the Jubilee’s last day.
Kate Middleton, 40, was spotted in Kensington, just a short walk from her London residency of Kensington Palace, at a street party with her husband Prince William, 39.
She is one of an up to an estimated 18 million people who took part in an afternoon lunch outside to mark the Queen’s 70 year reign.
The Duchess was dressed in a blue dress with white polka dots In Kensington which she later changed out of when she appeared at the Royal Box in pink on the fourth day of the Jubilee weekend.
She then appeared on the Buckingham Palace balcony with The Queen, Prince Charles, Camilla, her children and husband as Her Majesty, 96, told those on the Mall she was ‘humbled and deeply touched’ by those taking to the streets in her honour.
The Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton is seen visiting the local community in Kensington
Prince William can be seen laughing behind while Kate sits serenly with other members of the public at a street party in Kensington
The Duchess looks on as she talks to residence in Kensington
Kate Middleton is seen greeting the local community including a woman in a union jack hat as others sit around on table and chairs having their street party lunch
Kate Middleton delights the crowds in a simple blue and white dress with white heels in Kensington
While the Royal couple were out in Kensington, they were pictured sitting down to lunch in the street on tables and chairs near Kensington Memorial Park.
As well as speaking to lots of members of the public, the couple also moved through the crowds as they paid their surprise visit.
One royal fan, who was lucky enough to pose with William and Kate, said on social media they were ‘incredibly honoured’ to have such ‘lovely words’ with both of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
Later in the day, The Queen stepped out onto the Buckingham Palace balcony for less than three minutes, in her first public appearance since Platinum Jubilee celebrations began on Thursday.
The monarch, 96, was greeted by roars from thousands of spectators gathered on The Mall as Britain’s longest-serving head of state was helped onto the balcony by Prince Charles, Camilla, Kate, William, George, Charlotte and Louis.
The royals then joined the crowd in a spine-tingling chorus of God Save The Queen shortly after 5pm, bringing the the Jubilee celebrations to a close.
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