Cheeky Charlotte pokes tongue out as she peeks out of window to watch flypast

Princess Charlotte and Prince George might not have been able to go onto the Buckingham Palace balcony for the RAF 100th anniversary flypast – but they didn’t let that stop them from watching it.

The little royals were spotted peaking out of one of the palace windows to catch a glimpse of the speculator display.

They both look like they’re loving the show, which included jets, helicopters and aeroplanes, and cheeky Charlotte is even sticking her tongue out.

George was was waving at one point while little sister Charlotte looked over at him, and both can be seen putting their hands on the glass.

Charlotte is in a cute blue patterned dress while George was wearing a navy photo shirt.

Mum and dad the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge watched the flypast from the Buckingham Palace balcony with other members of the royal family include the Queen, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle .

Earlier in the day the grown-ups attended a service at Westminster Abbey to celebrate the 100 years since the RAF was formed.

Thousands of people lined the Mall and gathered elsewhere in the capital to see the flypast.

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It included a huge variety of aircraft, with everything from World War Two planes to modern state-of-the-art jets.

A highlight for most was when 20 Typhoon fighter jets spelled out ‘100’ in the sky during the

Asked how hard it has been putting together the formation, Squadron Leader Mike Child said: "It has been difficult because it is the biggest formation we have ever done as a Typhoon force.

"We have done nine ships – which are the diamond nine – which is a relatively basic formation, but it is actually making something that big."

It’s not the first flypast George and Charlotte have seen, as they’ve both appeared on the balcony for the annual Trooping of the Colour parade.

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