Kensington Palace released a stunning behind-the-scenes video of the Prince and Princess of Wales at the King’s coronation last week.
William and Kate made headlines for their striking outfits at the historic coronation of King Charles III.
Their children Prince George, nine, Princess Charlotte, eight, and Prince Louis, five, also stole the show at the ceremony, which was watched by millions around the world.
A video released by Wales’ official YouTube account gives a rare glimpse into their family life over the packed coronation weekend.
The film captures the lavish atmosphere of the party, as it shows William and Kate meeting crowds of royal fans on the Mall outside Buckingham Palace on the night before the coronation.
A stunning new video shows behind-the-scenes footage of the Walesians during the coronation weekend
Princess Charlotte, eight, and Prince Louis, four, prepare for the coronation at Kensington Palace
It then shows William and Kate getting ready at Kensington Palace the next morning, along with Charlotte and Louis.
The royal couple can be seen in their stunning Royal Victorian Order Mantles, while Kate stunned in her white Alexander McQueen gown.
The family then leaves the palace to travel in a golden carriage to Westminster Abbey, along with thousands of armed forces and members of the Buckingham Palace household.
William, Kate and their children are seen on the balcony of Buckingham Palace with other members of the royal family after the coronation ceremony.
The royal family and the thousands of people gathered outside the palace were then treated to a flyover by the Red Arrows despite the bad weather.
The following day, the family can be seen in the film committing to the Big Help Out – a volunteer event held across the country to celebrate the King’s years of public service.
The Princess of Wales prepares to leave Kensington Palace for the coronation service at Westminster Abbey
William gets into the car to the coronation in his ceremonial robes
The Welsh stand on the balcony of Buckingham Palace with other members of the Royal Family after the King’s coronation
Members of the Royal Air Force march past Buckingham Palace as the King and Queen wave to the crowd
Prince Louis lends his father a hand with an excavator during the Big Help Out the day after the coronation
Prince William rehearses for his speech on stage at Windsor Castle ahead of the coronation concert
Prince William pictured at Windsor Castle for the coronation concert where he paid tribute to the king
Katy Perry performs at the Coronation Concert as she helps wrap up the historic weekend
William told his father ‘we are all so proud of you’ during a speech at the concert at Windsor Castle
Prince Louis helps out with an excavator while his brother George takes up archery before the family joins in for a group photo with the other volunteers.
The video ends with clips shot at the coronation concert at Windsor Castle starring Katy Perry, Lionel Ritchie and Take That before William gives a speech in honor of the King.
He said to his father, “We are all so proud of you.”
The wholesome images are a contrast to the Harry and Meghan Netflix series that sparked controversy last year.
The couple made a series of bombshell claims against the royals, including Harry saying his family had failed to understand that Meghan needed protection from racist attacks.
Meghan also described how she was shocked by the formality of the royal family and described how she bowed when she met the queen.
The documentary sparked a war of words between the Sussexes and the rest of the royal family.
While the program claimed members of the royal family declined to comment, Kensington Palace said they only received an email from a third party they could not verify with Harry and Meghan’s company Archewell.
Harry traveled to the coronation without Meghan from their home in Montecito, California, last week.
The prince was only in the UK for 28 hours and reportedly had limited contact with his relatives during his time there.
After the end of the service at Westminster Abbey, Harry traveled straight to Heathrow, where he boarded a flight back to the US for his son Archie’s birthday.