Kate and William release adorable behind-the-scenes video of King’s coronation
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Kate and William have released an adorable behind-the-scenes video which shows their family setting off for the Coronation.
In the clip, shared to the Twitter page of Prince and Princess of Wales, the family of five are seen departing from Kensington Palace.
William and Kate were joined by their tree children, George, aged nine, Charlotte, aged eight, and Louis, aged, five.
The family are filmed descending the steps of their home and climbing into the carriage to be taken to Westminster Abbey.
On the historic day of their grandfather's coronation, the kids look giddy with excitement at the sight of the carriage that is transporting them around.
Royal fans were delighted with the intimate look into the lives of the Royal family and praised them in the replies.
One user wrote: "You‘re looking like a real life fairy tale. I think you are important to keep the people‘s dreams alive."
Another admirer tweeted: "It was spectacular! Interesting, historical, spiritual, deeply moving, joyous. Many Canadians (like me!) set their alarms extra early and watched this live. Thank you for a great show! God Save the King! Long Live the King!"
A fellow royal enthusiast said: "Spectacular! Well done all of you especially Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis."
One Twitter user gushed: "What an incredible coronation!
"Everything was truly perfect. I had no idea how biblical the ceremony was and my favourite part was the anointing of Prince Charles as a pauper before he was crowned King.
"You and Princess Kate looked so regal, yet friendly, hope to witness your turn at the throne. There's still a twinge of pain that we didn't get to witness Princess Diana as Queen Diana, but she will forever be beloved in our hearts.
"So many Brits were so moved, hopefully the United States will regain it's sense of unity and pride of our country and hope in our country's leadership once again.
"Queen Elizabeth definitely would have been so proud!
"Well done to everyone that put so much time and effort into planning, logistics, security, practice and execution of the details the entire day.
Although the family were all together for the big day, Louis was missing in action for some portions of the service.
As viewers enquired about the whereabouts of the young Prince, Royal editor Chris Ship clarified on Twitter: "Hello from Prince Louis. At age five, we are told he will be seated and then 'retire' for a while during the two-hour service #Coronation."
Five-year-olds are notoriously restless when told to sit still for long stretches of time - even royal ones it seems.