Back to the ol' grind for Kate Middleton!
The momma of two had been taking some royal family time after giving birth to her beautiful baby girl Princess Charlotte – but now she's tackling her official duties once again.
[ Photo: See The First Portrait of Charlotte And Prince George! ]
On Saturday, the Duchess of Cambridge will be making her first official appearance since her daughter's debut: the Trooping the Colour ceremony!
What is Trooping the Colour, you may ask?
Basically a huge birthday parade for Queen Elizabeth II! Yes, her birthday was back in April, but it's the custom across the pond to celebrate the monarch's big day during the summer — because the weather's nice, obv!
And it's a royal affair! Her Highness will ride with Prince Philip in her horse-drawn carriage, while two others follow — one will be carrying Kate, Prince Harry, and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, and in the other will be Prince Andrew, Princess Beatrice, and Princess Eugenie.
As for Prince William and Prince Charles, along with Princess Anne, they will all be on horseback!
Wow! EVERYONE is going to be there!
Well, maybe not everyone. Prince George and his baby sister weren't on the palace's guest list, so it's safe to say they'll be at home with a sitter.
But if you're worried about your royal baby fever subsiding, fear not! Charlotte's christening will be on July 5, and you can totally plan on seeing her big bro there!
[Image via David Sims/WENN.]
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