Queen Elizabeth Jubilee: Lip Reader Reveals Everything The Royal Family Said At Trooping the Color

A lip-reading expert has revealed exactly what was said as the royals watched the Trooping the Color.

The Queen has celebrated her 70th year on the throne with the Royal Family watching the Trooping the Color from the balcony of Buckingham Palace.

Her platinum anniversary celebrations kicked off with the military ceremony followed by the Red Arrows, The sun reported.

We got to see the royal family enjoy the performance, but were you wondering what they all had to say about it?

John Cassidy, a lip-reading expert, revealed exactly what was said as they watched the ceremony.

Prince Louis exclaimed, “woah, it’s the Red Arrows!” as he watched them fly over Buckingham Palace.

The four-year-old was ecstatic and a huge fan of the planes – when he turned to Mom and Dad, Kate Middleton and Prince William, telling them about his excitement.

Queen Elizabeth II was also impressed by the past and present of 70 aircraft representing Britain’s armed forces, saying, “That’s our air force…the Apaches.”

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She also pointed out how ‘smart’ was the formation of the Apache helicopters, RAF high-speed jets and wartime planes.

The Duchess of Cambridge made sure her kids got a good view of the Reds when they painted the sky red, white and blue.

She pointed to Prince Louis, Prince George, 8 and Princess Charlotte, 7 at the time and said, “See the smoke!”

The memorable flight consisted of 70 aircraft representing each year Her Majesty has sat on the throne.

The royal family was joined by thousands of people who took to the streets to watch the ceremony.

The Queen waved to the crowd before the royals returned to the palace as the Jubilee celebrations continued.

Earlier in the evening, the Queen lit a beacon to begin the nationwide beacon lighting ceremony.

Across the country, 3,500 beacons have been set ablaze to celebrate the Queen’s platinum jubilee – with festivities continuing throughout the four-day holiday.

In the same appearance, he saw Prince Louis jump for joy before completely stealing the show.

The young prince, four, was beaming and chatting with his great-grandmother the Queen as they watched the sensational show.

Her Majesty looked delighted at Louis’s reaction—as he waited excitedly for the spectacle in the sky.

Her Majesty, 96, beamed as she watched the celebrations, surrounded by her immediate family.

This article originally appeared in The Sun and is reproduced with permission

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