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Prince George was delighted to see the Platinum Jubilee celebration outside Buckingham Palace on Saturday night and singing on the camera to the Neil Diamond classic.
Among the performers of “Party at the Palace” was Rod Stewart, who led the audience with the song “Sweet Caroline”.
At one point, the camera was cut by Prince George singing along the chorus, sitting next to Prince William, waving the Union Jack flag and singing with him (at that moment marked 4:30 in the video above). You can see it right after).
Read more: Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Lewis wave their adorable hands to Royals fans who made their carriage debut at Trooping the Color Parade.
The appearance on the screen of the prince may be short, but it turned out to be a hit for the viewer. Viewers visited Twitter to chime about adorable moments.
— Kayla Adams (@KaylaAdams ___) June 4, 2022
Did you see the little Prince George singing with Sweet Caroline with Rod Stewart? Aww❣️😘
— Sandieshoes 🇬🇧🇺🇸 (@sandieshoes) June 4, 2022
I just saw Prince William and Prince George singing with Sweet Caroline.
— CountessCommonwealth (@ CountessCommon1) June 4, 2022
Prince George was singing Sweet Caroline! pic.twitter.com/imCsJjYsK2
— CambridgeDearly❤️🇺🇲🇬🇧 (@DuchessDearly) June 4, 2022
My beloved Prince William and Prince George are singing from the bottom of my heart to “Sweet Caroline”! 😍💙😄🙌🎶 #partyatthepalace #PrinceWilliam #PrinceGeorge #PlatinumJubileeconcert #platinumjubilee # Platinumjubilee2022 #concert # Rod Stewart #SweetCaroline https://t.co/ordWnL6dEQ
— Pooja (@ Pooja33719735) June 4, 2022
— Cheryl Rider 🇺🇦💙💛🙏🌻🇬🇧 (@ cheryl0505) June 4, 2022
Prince George, singing with Sweet Caroline, says Britain is in safe hands.
— Benjamin Butterworth (@benjaminbutter) June 4, 2022
Prince George singing to Sweet Caroline may be the most British thing I’ve ever seen 🇬🇧
— Eleanor Selina (@ EleanorSelina13) June 4, 2022
Prince George sings along “Sweet Caroline” during the Platinum Jubilee celebration
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