A PROFESSIONAL lipreader has revealed the reassuring words Prince William said to his son George at the anniversary concert.
It’s been a busy few days for the Cambridges’ three children to celebrate their great-grandmother’s platinum anniversary.
But there was help at every step.
From the breathtaking light show in front of Buckingham Palace to the jubilee competition where the Queen appeared as a hologram, the young royals were supported by their loving parents.
And it appears William had some fatherly advice to share with his son Prince George, according to a lipreader in the royal box last night.
Eagle-eyed viewers will recall that at some point during the concert outside Buckingham Palace, the two could be seen fastening ribbons on their wrists.
Also in the audience was John Cassidy, a professional lipreader, who told The Mirror what was said between the two.
After watching the footage, he believed William had said to George, who was struggling with his band, “You have to do it like this … ok, let’s do mine, then I’ll help you.”
Not only William and his wife Kate were willing to support the children, but so was William’s cousin Zara Tindall, who sat behind them.
As George’s sister, Princess Charlotte, also struggled a bit with a pillow that had been left on her seat, John claimed Zara asked her: “Do you want that taken off too? Yes? OK.”
More than several thousand people attended the spectacular event to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee last night – and it’s safe to say the show did not disappoint.
With dozens of artists and musical talent, people gathered outside Buckingham Palace to celebrate the occasion.
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And although Her Majesty did not attend the performance, there was a surprise towards the end of the concert – a light show featuring the Queen, her handbag and of course a corgi.
While members of the Royal Family, including the Cambridges, Charles and Camilla and Princess Anne were in the audience, Her Majesty did not attend the performance.
Queen Elizabeth has had mobility issues in recent months and the palace had warned in advance that the monarch would be assessing which anniversary events she felt able to attend.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry stayed home for the palace party after privately celebrating daughter Lilibet’s first birthday.
The couple are keeping a low profile this weekend after the Queen reportedly said there would be “no drama” during the anniversary.
Harry and Meghan made a public appearance over the weekend.
https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/5495224/prince-william-prince-george-advice/ I’m a lip reader – here’s the sweet fatherly advice Prince William gave George at the anniversary concert