prince william trooping the colour

The British Army's regiments participate in the customary Trooping the Colour ritual to commemorate

the official birthday of the country's ruler. Prince William has attended this ceremony multiple times

as a senior member of the royal family and a high-ranking military commander.

A procession featuring more than a thousand soldiers, hundreds of horses,

and a large number of musicians is part of the ceremony.

The Royal Family appears on the balcony of Buckingham Palace to watch a fly-past by the Royal Air Force,

and the event concludes on Horse Guards Parade in London.

Over the years, Prince William's participation in Trooping the Colour has changed.

Wearing his military uniform, he rode in the procession on horseback with other senior royals and high-ranking commanders.