The Queen is marking 70 years on the throne with a four-day bank holiday weekend in June. The Royal Family will be out in force for the national celebrations which include Trooping the Colour.
Royal expert Robert Jobson has tipped Prince William and Kate’s three children to make an appearance during the royal extravaganza.
Mr Jobson told OK! magazine: “All three children are expected to be part of the Jubilee celebrations this year.
“While William understands his children must be visible, he’s also aware of the daunting future ahead of them.
“He’s been there himself. It’s scary, the expectation and destiny placed upon such a young child.
“He’ll prepare them slowly and carefully.
“It’s difficult for anybody, but he’s done a really good job.
“I saw the children at the Duke of Edinburgh’s memorial service and they’re a credit to their parents.”
George, eight, and Charlotte, seven, stepped out with their parents for Prince Philip’s memorial service at Westminster Abbey in March.
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Royals will attend the Derby at Epsom Downs on Saturday June 4, before the Platinum Party at the Palace is held at the monarch’s London residence.
The live concert will see famous faces from the world of entertainment brought together to perform to celebrate the occasion.
The Platinum Jubilee Pageant will be held on Sunday June 5 with the performance telling the story of the Queen’s reign.
It is not known if Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will return to the UK from the US to join the celebrations.