It has been a busy weekend for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with the Trooping of the Colour and the Duke of Edinburgh's 90th Birthday.
Yesterday (11th June) saw the Royal couple Prince William and Kate attend the Trooping of the Colour which happens every year to mark the Queen's Official Birthday - the Queen's actual birthday is on 21st April when this year she was 85. This was the first time that Prince William took part, he was on horseback during the parade because he is also Colonel of the Irish Guards. Kate arrived in a carriage with Prince Harry.
Later, the Royal family including Prince William and Kate watched RAF planes fly past overhead from the balcony at Buckingham Palace. William and Kate looked like they were enjoying themselves, laughing and joking with one another.
Whilst today the couple joined the rest of the Royal family at a thanksgiving service to mark the Duke of Edinburgh's 90th Birthday.
Prince Philip was 90 on Friday 10th June 2011. The service today took place at the chapel in Windsor Castle and preceded a lunch for some 750 guests which was then later followed by a charity Polo match in which Princes William and Harry played on opposing sides. The match was played in aid of disadvantaged African children. William's team one the match!