The Prince and Princess of Wales have hailed King Charles’ Coronation Concert that took place at Windsor Palace yesterday as ‘a night to remember’.
Approximately 20,000 spectators watched the magnificent show from the royal estate, with millions watching the performances beaming through their televisions at home.
Prince William and Kate have now shared behind-the-scenes footage, showing them arriving at the concert with their two eldest children, nine-year-old Prince George and eight-year-old Princess Charlotte.
In the video that was shared on the Wales’s official Instagram page, the radiant royal couple were beaming as they climbed the stairs to take their seats.
Behind-the-scene footage published to the Prince and Princess of Wales’s Instagram account showed them walking hand-in-hand with their two oldest children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, before they took their seats at the Coronation Concert
The montage of different clips also showed a beaming Prince William as he headed to pay his emotional tribute to his father, King Charles
The royal’s Instagram video captured the spectacular evening, showing glimpses of some of the performances, including Nicole Scherzinger (left) and Katy Perry (right)
Prince George walked beside his father, the current heir to the throne, while Kate held hands with her only daughter who was seen giggling.
The montage was filled with clips of people dancing and cheering in large crowds, as well as a sea of waving Union Jacks.
Amongst the clips of some of the brilliant performances, it also recalled the emotional moment Prince William paid a moving tribute to his father, telling him: ‘Pa, we are all so proud of you.’
The video showed a slightly apprehensive William heading down the concert stairs, appearing to check to see if had notes in his side pocket.
It then jumps to the Prince paying a ‘huge thank you’ to everyone who made it to the concert’ before paying tribute to the ‘King, country and Commonwealth’.
The clip wraps in highlights from the spectacular and historic event that lasted almost two hours yesterday evening.
Throughout the night the young royals Prince George and Princess Charlotte led the rest of the firm in a singalong in the show’s finale that was performed by Take That, alongside choristers from St George’s Chapel.
King Charles and Queen Camilla were both seen taking to their feet for a boogie when Lionel Richie performed his most loved song, All Night Long.
Clips showed the Prince and Princess of Wales waving Union Jacks with their two eldest children
Throughout the night, everyone got in the party mood, with the King and Queen as well as other senior royals seen bopping in their seats
Throughout his emotional speech, Prince William paid tribute to his grandmother, the late Queen Elizabeth, who he said would be looking down ‘fondly’ on the coronation weekend from heaven
Royal fans on social media quickly pointed out that Sophie, The Duchess of Edinburgh, was queen of the dancefloor as she beamed with joy and threw her hands up in the air as 70s pop icon sang Easy Like Sunday Morning.
Alongside beloved popstar icons, the royals watched a performance of Shakespeare, a ballet and a drone show reflecting the monarch’s love of the environment.
The evening was one full of laughter and happiness.
All eyes were on the youngest royals in attendance, particularly when Princess Charlotte attempted to get Prince George’s attention and pointed at her father the Prince of Wales as he made his way onto the stage to deliver a speech during the Coronation Concert.
Throughout his speech to indebted to his father, he reflected that his grandmother, the late Queen Elizabeth, would be looking down ‘fondly’ from heaven on his Coronation weekend and would be a ‘very proud mother’.