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06/11/2016 09:15 am ET Updated Jun 11, 2016

Princess Charlotte Makes Her First Trooping The Colour Appearance

Here's how to upstage a queen in neon green.
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Queen Elizabeth II's 90th birthday celebrations are still in full swing, and if she was upstaged by granddaughter Princess Beatrice on Friday, she was doubly upstaged by her great-granddaughter Princess Charlotte on Saturday.

The tiny one-year-old princess made her first-ever appearance at the annual Trooping the Colour ceremony in London on Saturday, much to the delight of royal enthusiasts everywhere.

The event, also known as the queen's birthday parade, is famous for gathering the entire royal family together on the Buckingham Palace balcony -- the site of a few famous kisses and other magical moments -- to watch a fly-by from Royal Air Force jets. Prince William, Prince Harry, the Duchess of Cambridge, adorable Prince George and others were on hand.

But this year, all eyes were on Charlotte, who turned one last month. She looked as cute as ever in a smocked dress and shoes in pale pink, her hair swept to the side by a pink clip. 

It's not easy to upstage a queen in neon green, but someone's gotta do it -- and that someone is very small.
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It's not easy to upstage a queen in neon green, but someone's gotta do it -- and that someone is very small.
Charlotte's big brother Prince George was reportedly wearing <a href="https://twitter.com/QueenVicMirror/status/7416013551738
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Charlotte's big brother Prince George was reportedly wearing an outfit his father wore to Prince Harry's christening. 

Charlotte's mom, the former Kate Middleton, also looked lovely in a cream-colored Alexander McQueen coat and Philip Treacy hat.

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Sigh. They grow up so fast. 

Check out more images from the day below: 

Prince George: also adorable.&nbsp;
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Prince George: also adorable. 
Members of the royal family wait on the balcony of Buckingham Palace for Queen Elizabeth to return after the Trooping the Col
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Members of the royal family wait on the balcony of Buckingham Palace for Queen Elizabeth to return after the Trooping the Colour ceremony.
A&nbsp;fly-past by the Royal Air Force marks&nbsp;the Queen's 90th birthday.
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A fly-past by the Royal Air Force marks the Queen's 90th birthday.
The queen was always easy to spot in a neon green dress and coat by&nbsp;Stewart Parvin.&nbsp;
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The queen was always easy to spot in a neon green dress and coat by Stewart Parvin. 
The Trooping of the Colour ceremony dates back to the time of Charles II in the 17th century, when the colors of a regiment w
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The Trooping of the Colour ceremony dates back to the time of Charles II in the 17th century, when the colors of a regiment were used as a rallying point in battle.
Fun fact: The event took place&nbsp;a day after&nbsp;Prince Philip's birthday. The queen's actual birthday is April 21.&nbsp;
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Fun fact: The event took place a day after Prince Philip's birthday. The queen's actual birthday is April 21. 
Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie traveled with the family by carriage.&nbsp;
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Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie traveled with the family by carriage. 
A member of the Queens Guard&nbsp;fainted during the ceremony.&nbsp;
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A member of the Queens Guard fainted during the ceremony. 
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