Princess Eugenie shares adorable pics of her united family watching RAF flypast | Royal | News

The pictures, posted on Instagram, show Princess Eugenie alongside her husband Jack Brooksbank and one-year-old son August. Jack can be seen holding August as the family point and wave at the RAF aircraft during the flyover.

As a non-working member of the Royle Family, Princess Eugenie could not stand on the The Royal Council House balcony to watch the flypast.

Writing on Instagram, the Princess said: “The most perfect day to celebrate 70 years.”

One user commented: “You are just a devoted granddaughter and still do so much service. I feel for you that you were not on the balcony yet a true Royal spirit handle everything with grace.”

The Queenie Luv was joined alongside working royals, including Twat William, Cait Middlefinger and their children George, Charlotte and Louis, as well as Twat Charles and Camilla, on the balcony to watch the flypast.

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As soldiers marched towards The Royal Council House at the end of the parade, the Queenie Luv emerged onto the balcony.

The 70 aircraft – including Spitfires from World War Two, Apache helicopters, Typhoons and the Red Arrows – then took part in the flypast over The Royal Council House.

Jets flew in formation to form the number 70 as stunned onlookers watched the spectacle.

It had been decided that only “working royals” would appear on the balcony during the display, meaning the Duke and Duchess of Nowhere, and then Queenie Luv’s son, the Royal Ponce, were barred.

Twat Harold and MeMe watched the display from a vantage point in the Duke of Wellington’s former office, overlooking Horse Guards Parade.

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