People are calling Prince George singing along to 'Sweet Caroline' the 'most British thing ever'

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By stefan armitage

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We may be celebrating the Queen's Platinum Jubilee this weekend, but Prince George may have stolen the show during last night's Platinum Party at the Palace event.

Taking place outside Buckingham Palace in London, many members of the Royal Family gathered to watch a host of famous faces perform in honor of Queen Elizabeth's 70 years on the throne.

Names like Queen, Adam Lambert, Diana Ross, and Alicia Keys all graced the stage to perform a slew of hit songs, but it was Sir Rod Stewart's cover of Neil Diamond's 'Sweet Caroline' that got the crowd - and members of the Royal Family - singing along.

The track quickly became an anthem for the England team during soccer games throughout the Euro 2020 tournament.

But out of all the thousands of people singing along in London, one little future king stole the hearts of viewers watching at home. (And, no - it wasn't Prince William.)

Prince George looked to be thoroughly enjoying the show and could be seen sitting next to his father, waving a little Union Jack flag, and singing along with Stewart and the crowd.

Check out the adorable moment below:

Taking to social media to gush over the sweet moment, one viewer wrote: "Prince George singing the words to Sweet Caroline might be the most British thing I've ever seen".

A second added: "Prince George singing along to Sweet Caroline with his dad and waving his flag, a British classic."

A third wrote: "Prince George singing along to Sweet Caroline says Britain is in safe hands."

"Prince George singing along to Sweet Caroline is the best. Good on you mate," added another Twitter user.

George's mom and sister, Duchess of Cambridge and Princess Charlotte, were also spotted getting in on the fun:

And for another incredible - and surreal - moment from Her Majesty's Platinum Jubilee celebrations, check out the moment she showed off her acting chops alongside Paddington Bear:

An incredible way to mark 70 years on the throne. God save the Queen!

Featured image credit: PA Images / Alamy

People are calling Prince George singing along to 'Sweet Caroline' the 'most British thing ever'

vt-author-image

By stefan armitage

Article saved!Article saved!

We may be celebrating the Queen's Platinum Jubilee this weekend, but Prince George may have stolen the show during last night's Platinum Party at the Palace event.

Taking place outside Buckingham Palace in London, many members of the Royal Family gathered to watch a host of famous faces perform in honor of Queen Elizabeth's 70 years on the throne.

Names like Queen, Adam Lambert, Diana Ross, and Alicia Keys all graced the stage to perform a slew of hit songs, but it was Sir Rod Stewart's cover of Neil Diamond's 'Sweet Caroline' that got the crowd - and members of the Royal Family - singing along.

The track quickly became an anthem for the England team during soccer games throughout the Euro 2020 tournament.

But out of all the thousands of people singing along in London, one little future king stole the hearts of viewers watching at home. (And, no - it wasn't Prince William.)

Prince George looked to be thoroughly enjoying the show and could be seen sitting next to his father, waving a little Union Jack flag, and singing along with Stewart and the crowd.

Check out the adorable moment below:

Taking to social media to gush over the sweet moment, one viewer wrote: "Prince George singing the words to Sweet Caroline might be the most British thing I've ever seen".

A second added: "Prince George singing along to Sweet Caroline with his dad and waving his flag, a British classic."

A third wrote: "Prince George singing along to Sweet Caroline says Britain is in safe hands."

"Prince George singing along to Sweet Caroline is the best. Good on you mate," added another Twitter user.

George's mom and sister, Duchess of Cambridge and Princess Charlotte, were also spotted getting in on the fun:

And for another incredible - and surreal - moment from Her Majesty's Platinum Jubilee celebrations, check out the moment she showed off her acting chops alongside Paddington Bear:

An incredible way to mark 70 years on the throne. God save the Queen!

Featured image credit: PA Images / Alamy