Earlier this week, a new video honoring King Charles III’s coronation weekend featured Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
Prior to the ceremony at Westminster Abbey on Saturday, May 6, the young royals were photographed inside their Kensington Palace residence for a compilation video by filmmaker Will Warr. Warr also took pictures of Prince William, Princess Catherine, and their kids at their Norfolk home, Anmer Hall, for a film to commemorate their tenth wedding anniversary in 2021.
The video was immediately adored by royal fans after Catherine and William posted it on their social media accounts on Saturday. “Oh my! I’m so appreciative of this. Wonderful video,” one remarked. Another added, “This is stunning.”
Charlotte, age eight, and Louis, age five, can be seen in the video staring out of a window while wearing coronation attire. Alexander McQueen created Charlotte’s silk crepe dress, which is embroidered with rose, thistle, daffodil, and shamrock motifs to represent the four countries of the United Kingdom.
She accessorized her lovely ivory dress with a dazzling Jess Collett x Alexander McQueen headpiece made of silver threadwork, crystal, and silver bullion. She had softly curled brunette hair that was half up and half down and styled in a half-up, half-down style.
Louis, meanwhile, was dressed in a Dege and Skinner creation that featured a blue doeskin tunic with a Hainsworth Garter collar and front lacework embellishments. The garter blue stripe was present on the entire black leg garment.
Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis both played significant roles in the coronation, and they sweetly held hands as they entered Westminster Abbey in a procession while their older brother Prince George served as one of the King’s Pages of Honor.
The royal family is also seen in the video, including Catherine, William, and their children, the Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh, as well as Lady Louise Windsor and the Earl of Wessex, on the balcony of Buckingham Palace after Charles and Queen Camilla’s joint coronation.
Additionally, there are scenes of King Charles mingling with the public and highlights from the coronation concert on Sunday, May 7, which included appearances by artists like Take That, Lionel Richie, and Katy Perry.
After moving to Windsor to be nearer to Charlotte, Louis, and George’s new school, Lambrook, the family has now returned to Apartment 1A at Kensington Palace.
Adelaide Cottage, the family’s new home, is considerably smaller than Kensington Palace, which underwent extensive renovations before the family moved in. However, William and Catherine have continued to use their London residence as both their official residence and working location, which also serves as the location of their office staff. Five reception rooms, three master bedrooms, dressing rooms, a day and night nursery, and staff quarters are all included in Apartment 1A.