When Prince William pointed out Kate Moss to Prince Louis at the Jubilee Pageant on Sunday, he looked every inch the adoring father.
The father-of-three could be seen tenderly looking after his youngest as the supermodel passed by on top of a double-decker bus celebrating the 1990s in candid footage. “Look it’s Kate Moss!” Prince William exclaimed excitedly as he pointed to Kate.
The 48-year-old looked patriotic in a striking Union Jack jacket as she commemorated the Queen’s 70-year reign.
The British model appeared in good spirits as she enjoyed the festivities alongside Charlotte Tilbury and Naomi Campbell. Violinist Vanessa May, hairstylist Sam McKnight, model Erin O’Connor, and Bridgerton star Phoebe Dynevor were among the other guests.
To commemorate the memorable decade, the bus featured scenes from the decade, including images from the Harry Potter books and ad campaigns from the 1990s. The Spice Girls and Oasis were playing top hits on the bus as it approached Buckingham Palace.
Kate, Charlotte, seven, and Louis, four, joined Prince William and George. The impressive £15 million procession that made its way through the streets of London delighted the Cambridge family.
The star-studded pageant was divided into four acts: For Queen and Country, which featured a military parade;
The Time of Our Lives, which explored seven decades of culture, music, and fashion; Let’s Celebrate, which told the story of the Queen’s life in 12 chapters with corgi puppets and carnival creations; and Happy and Glorious, which featured icons from the worlds of music, comedy, film, and the arts; and the Happy and Glorious musical spectacle, which featured icons from
The monarch made a memorable final appearance on the Palace balcony, dressed in bright green, to witness Ed Sheeran sing the national anthem with a choir of nearly 200 celebrities.