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A Royal thank you! The Queen applauds RAF heroes as Meghan, Harry, William and Kate watch stunning Buckingham Palace fly-past to mark air force's centenary - and Charlotte gives a salute

  • The Queen and the Royal Family are carrying out engagements celebrating the centenary of the RAF
  • Her Majesty was joined by senior royals on the balcony of Buckingham Palace to watch a fly-past 
  • The 'Fab Four' of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex also attended 
  • The fly-past marked the largest concentration of military aircraft in recent memory, including WWII planes 
  • Police estimated between 65,000 and 70,000 people lined the streets of central London to see the fly-past
  • It is 100 years since 1918 when the Royal Flying Corps and Royal Naval Air Service merged to create the RAF

By Alexander Robertson and Stephanie Linning For Mailonline

Published: 05:18 EDT, 10 July 2018 | Updated: 10:22 EDT, 10 July 2018

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The Queen was joined by senior members of the Royal Family on the balcony of Buckingham Palace as they watched a fly-past marking 100 years of the RAF. 

The largest concentration of military aircraft in recent memory formed in the skies above London today as the Royal Air Force marks its centenary. 

Up to 100 jets, helicopters and aeroplanes from across a range of different eras of RAF history roared over central London, much to the delight of the thousands who gathered to watch the spectacle from below. Police estimate between 65,000 and 70,000 people lined the streets. 

The Queen, 92, looked up in wonder at the aeronautical display, which celebrated the history of the RAF and featured the return of Second World War aircraft including the Spitfires and Lancaster bombers.

She was joined on the balcony by her sons, Prince Charles and Prince Andrew, the Duchess of Cornwall and the 'Fab Four': The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. 

Prince George, four, and Princess Charlotte, three, were not on the balcony but could be seen watching the spectacle from a palace window. 

The royals looked to the skies as aircraft roared overhead, including the RAF's new cutting-edge stealth fighter F-35 jets, in what was their first ever public appearance. 

The display also featured helicopters including the Puma, Chinook, Juno and Jupiter. 

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Left to right: Prince Charles, Prince Andrew (behind), the Duchess of Cornwall, the Queen, the Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry, Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge on the balcony of Buckingham Palace
Left to right: Prince Charles, Prince Andrew (behind), the Duchess of Cornwall, the Queen, the Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry, Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge on the balcony of Buckingham Palace

Left to right: Prince Charles, Prince Andrew (behind), the Duchess of Cornwall, the Queen, the Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry, Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge on the balcony of Buckingham Palace

The Queen, dressed in blue in a nod to the RAF, applauded as the fly-past roared over Buckingham Palace
The Queen, dressed in blue in a nod to the RAF, applauded as the fly-past roared over Buckingham Palace

The Queen, dressed in blue in a nod to the RAF, applauded as the fly-past roared over Buckingham Palace

Prince George, four, and Princess Charlotte, three, were allowed to watch the spectacle from a window of the palace
Prince George, four, and Princess Charlotte, three, were allowed to watch the spectacle from a window of the palace

Prince George, four, and Princess Charlotte, three, were allowed to watch the spectacle from a window of the palace

 The young royals could be seen leaning on the windowsill as they took a closer look at what was happening outside
 The young royals could be seen leaning on the windowsill as they took a closer look at what was happening outside

 The young royals could be seen leaning on the windowsill as they took a closer look at what was happening outside

Vintage military aircraft perform a fly past over the Queen Victoria Memorial and Buckingham Palace
Vintage military aircraft perform a fly past over the Queen Victoria Memorial and Buckingham Palace

Vintage military aircraft perform a fly past over the Queen Victoria Memorial and Buckingham Palace

A Second World War Lancaster bomber and Spitfires fly in formation above the crowds gathered in central London
A Second World War Lancaster bomber and Spitfires fly in formation above the crowds gathered in central London

A Second World War Lancaster bomber and Spitfires fly in formation above the crowds gathered in central London

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who yesterday christened their son Louis, appeared in excellent spirits on the balcony
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who yesterday christened their son Louis, appeared in excellent spirits on the balcony

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who yesterday christened their son Louis, appeared in excellent spirits on the balcony

Prince William, 36, right, shared a joke with his new sister-in-law the Duchess of Sussex, left, as they stood on the balcony
Prince William, 36, right, shared a joke with his new sister-in-law the Duchess of Sussex, left, as they stood on the balcony

Prince William, 36, right, shared a joke with his new sister-in-law the Duchess of Sussex, left, as they stood on the balcony

The Queen appeared to be taking a close interest in the aircraft flying overhead, leaning in to discuss the sights with the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall, left. Meanwhile the Duchess of Sussex shared her views with her husband, centre
The Queen appeared to be taking a close interest in the aircraft flying overhead, leaning in to discuss the sights with the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall, left. Meanwhile the Duchess of Sussex shared her views with her husband, centre

The Queen appeared to be taking a close interest in the aircraft flying overhead, leaning in to discuss the sights with the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall, left. Meanwhile the Duchess of Sussex shared her views with her husband, centre

Prince William appeared to tell a joke that had the whole Royal Family in stitches as they prepared for the fly-past
Prince William appeared to tell a joke that had the whole Royal Family in stitches as they prepared for the fly-past

Prince William appeared to tell a joke that had the whole Royal Family in stitches as they prepared for the fly-past

Senior royals took their lead from the Queen, centre, as she took in the action in the skies above Buckingham Palace
Senior royals took their lead from the Queen, centre, as she took in the action in the skies above Buckingham Palace

Senior royals took their lead from the Queen, centre, as she took in the action in the skies above Buckingham Palace

The Duchess of Sussex placed a reassuring hand on Harry's back as they left the balcony following the fly-past
The Duchess of Sussex placed a reassuring hand on Harry's back as they left the balcony following the fly-past

The Duchess of Sussex placed a reassuring hand on Harry's back as they left the balcony following the fly-past

Red, white and blue smoke streamed from the tails of the Red Arrows as they performed as part of the fly-past on Tuesday
Red, white and blue smoke streamed from the tails of the Red Arrows as they performed as part of the fly-past on Tuesday

Red, white and blue smoke streamed from the tails of the Red Arrows as they performed as part of the fly-past on Tuesday

The Queen beamed with delight and the Royal Family looked enthralled as they took in the action in the skies
The Queen beamed with delight and the Royal Family looked enthralled as they took in the action in the skies

The Queen beamed with delight and the Royal Family looked enthralled as they took in the action in the skies

Harry and Meghan
Harry and Meghan
Meghan and the Queen
Meghan and the Queen

Meghan spent time chatting to Harry, left, and the Queen, right, with whom she enjoys a close relationship

The Duchess of Sussex burst into laughter as she shared a joke with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on the balcony
The Duchess of Sussex burst into laughter as she shared a joke with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on the balcony

The Duchess of Sussex burst into laughter as she shared a joke with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on the balcony

Thousands of people packed the Mall to witness the incredible spectacle, while a further 2,200 people packed Westminster Abbey for the service
Thousands of people packed the Mall to witness the incredible spectacle, while a further 2,200 people packed Westminster Abbey for the service

Thousands of people packed the Mall to witness the incredible spectacle, while a further 2,200 people packed Westminster Abbey for the service

The Royal Family looked enthralled as they took in the action in the skies. 

It is the second time the Duchess of Sussex, 36, has appeared on the balcony at Buckingham Palace since the royal wedding in May, following Trooping the Colour. 

Meghan already appeared more comfortable with the high-profile nature of the appearance, confidently standing by her husband's side as they gazed to the sky. 

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were clearly in good spirits as they enjoyed the stunning fly-past
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were clearly in good spirits as they enjoyed the stunning fly-past

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were clearly in good spirits as they enjoyed the stunning fly-past

The Duchess of Cornwall, left, pointed out a point of interest to her mother-in-law the Queen during the fly-past
The Duchess of Cornwall, left, pointed out a point of interest to her mother-in-law the Queen during the fly-past

The Duchess of Cornwall, left, pointed out a point of interest to her mother-in-law the Queen during the fly-past

The Queen leaned in to apparently speak to the Duchess of Sussex as they took in the fly-past on Tuesday
The Queen leaned in to apparently speak to the Duchess of Sussex as they took in the fly-past on Tuesday

The Queen leaned in to apparently speak to the Duchess of Sussex as they took in the fly-past on Tuesday

The 'Fab Four' of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge squinted into the skies
The 'Fab Four' of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge squinted into the skies

The 'Fab Four' of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge squinted into the skies

Chinooks from RAF Odiham flew in the lead formation, along with Pumas from RAF Benson, for the RAF 100 fly-past
Chinooks from RAF Odiham flew in the lead formation, along with Pumas from RAF Benson, for the RAF 100 fly-past

Chinooks from RAF Odiham flew in the lead formation, along with Pumas from RAF Benson, for the RAF 100 fly-past

The military helicopters were among the 100 aircraft that took to the skies to mark the milestone for the RAF
The military helicopters were among the 100 aircraft that took to the skies to mark the milestone for the RAF

The military helicopters were among the 100 aircraft that took to the skies to mark the milestone for the RAF

The helicopters looked incredible as they flew in formation above the tens of thousands of people who gathered on the street
The helicopters looked incredible as they flew in formation above the tens of thousands of people who gathered on the street

The helicopters looked incredible as they flew in formation above the tens of thousands of people who gathered on the street

The Red Arrows, the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, delighted spectators as they roared over the London skyline
The Red Arrows, the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, delighted spectators as they roared over the London skyline

The Red Arrows, the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, delighted spectators as they roared over the London skyline

Meanwhile the Duchess of Cambridge, 36, who yesterday attended the christening of her son, Prince Louis, took a break from her maternity leave to attend the event. 

Among the tens of thousands of spectators who lined the streets was Diana Terpougoff, who travelled from Malta to watch the flypast from The Mall.

'I couldn't have felt more full of pride. What impressed me most was the pure skill on show, and of course the amazing 100 formation at the end,' she said.

'Both my dad, and brother Tony were in the RAF for 25 years, so it makes this really special. It was worth the trip!'

Malcolm Evans, from Birmingham, was in the RAF police between 1958 and 1968.

He spent time in Hong Kong during his service and remembers it with great fondness.

'It brought tears to my eyes to see those planes go through the sky. I'm so pleased we're still able to put that many planes in the air,' he said after watching from The Mall.

The crowd in The Mall watched agog as first the helicopters, then the light aircraft, the transport planes and finally the Red Arrows flew over.

Groups of school children stood open mouthed while visitors munched happily on their picnics and Champagne corks popped.

After the red, white and blue Red Arrows display, the crowd erupted into applause as the Queen looked on from the balcony at Buckingham Palace.

The 'Fab Four' of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (left) and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex made a joint appearance
The 'Fab Four' of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (left) and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex made a joint appearance

The 'Fab Four' of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (left) and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex made a joint appearance

The animated young royals were a picture to behold as they donned their finery - including Harry in his military uniform - for the event
The animated young royals were a picture to behold as they donned their finery - including Harry in his military uniform - for the event

The animated young royals were a picture to behold as they donned their finery - including Harry in his military uniform - for the event

Prior to the fly-past, the royals watched as the Queen and Prince Charles presented a new Queen's Colour to the RAF in the forecourt of Buckingham Palace
Prior to the fly-past, the royals watched as the Queen and Prince Charles presented a new Queen's Colour to the RAF in the forecourt of Buckingham Palace

Prior to the fly-past, the royals watched as the Queen and Prince Charles presented a new Queen's Colour to the RAF in the forecourt of Buckingham Palace

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge appeared in particularly good spirits and could be seen sharing a joke together
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge appeared in particularly good spirits and could be seen sharing a joke together

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge appeared in particularly good spirits and could be seen sharing a joke together

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex watched the presentation today
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex watched the presentation today

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex watched the presentation today

The Queen was joined by her son Prince Charles as she presented a new Queen's Colour to the RAF to mark its centenary
The Queen was joined by her son Prince Charles as she presented a new Queen's Colour to the RAF to mark its centenary

The Queen was joined by her son Prince Charles as she presented a new Queen's Colour to the RAF to mark its centenary

In the forecourt of Buckingham Palace, RAF personnel arranged themselves to form the slogan 'RAF 100'
In the forecourt of Buckingham Palace, RAF personnel arranged themselves to form the slogan 'RAF 100'

In the forecourt of Buckingham Palace, RAF personnel arranged themselves to form the slogan 'RAF 100'

Thousands of people pack out The Mall this afternoon ahead of massive celebrations to commemorate the centenary of the RAF today
Thousands of people pack out The Mall this afternoon ahead of massive celebrations to commemorate the centenary of the RAF today

Thousands of people pack out The Mall this afternoon ahead of massive celebrations to commemorate the centenary of the RAF today

Prior to the fly-past, the royals watched as the Queen and Prince Charles presented a new Queen's Colour to the RAF in the forecourt of Buckingham Palace. 

The monarch also made a brief speech praising the 'tenacity, skill and gallantry' of the RAF.  

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge appeared in excellent spirits throughout the engagement and could be seen sharing a light-hearted moment together. 

Today also saw several moments where Prince William, 36, was seen joking with his sister-in-law the Duchess of Sussex, reflecting the close bond between the pair. 

Thousands are expected to line the streets to catch a glimpse of the iconic fly-past, while more than a thousand servicemen and women took part in a parade on The Mall (pictured)
Thousands are expected to line the streets to catch a glimpse of the iconic fly-past, while more than a thousand servicemen and women took part in a parade on The Mall (pictured)

Thousands are expected to line the streets to catch a glimpse of the iconic fly-past, while more than a thousand servicemen and women took part in a parade on The Mall (pictured)

Members of the Royal Air Force parade down The Mall, London after a service at Westminster Abbey, to mark the centenary of the Royal Air Force
Members of the Royal Air Force parade down The Mall, London after a service at Westminster Abbey, to mark the centenary of the Royal Air Force

Members of the Royal Air Force parade down The Mall, London after a service at Westminster Abbey, to mark the centenary of the Royal Air Force

Crowds of people watch on as the Queen's Colour is presented to the Air Force by Her Majesty in the Buckingham Palace forecourt this afternoon
Crowds of people watch on as the Queen's Colour is presented to the Air Force by Her Majesty in the Buckingham Palace forecourt this afternoon

Crowds of people watch on as the Queen's Colour is presented to the Air Force by Her Majesty in the Buckingham Palace forecourt this afternoon

Thousands are expected to line the streets to catch a glimpse of the iconic fly-past, while more than a thousand servicemen and women took part in a parade on The Mall.

William and Kate arrived at the Abbey this morning less than 24 hours after Prince Louis' christening at St James's Palace, attended by Harry, Meghan, Charles, Camilla and the Middletons.

But the Queen and Prince Philip were not there because of a busy week for the 92-year-old monarch, including Trump's three-day visit to the UK from Thursday 

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrive at a service at Westminster Abbey today
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrive at a service at Westminster Abbey today

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrive at a service at Westminster Abbey today

Queen Elizabeth II attends a service at Westminster Abbey, London, to mark the centenary of the Royal Air Force today
Queen Elizabeth II attends a service at Westminster Abbey, London, to mark the centenary of the Royal Air Force today

Queen Elizabeth II attends a service at Westminster Abbey, London, to mark the centenary of the Royal Air Force today

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex leave the service at Westminster Abbey this morning
Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex leave the service at Westminster Abbey this morning

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex leave the service at Westminster Abbey this morning

William and Kate shared a light-hearted moment with their new sister-in-law the Duchess of Sussex outside the service 
William and Kate shared a light-hearted moment with their new sister-in-law the Duchess of Sussex outside the service 

William and Kate shared a light-hearted moment with their new sister-in-law the Duchess of Sussex outside the service 

The Duchess of Sussex held her husband's arm while the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge walked separately into the Abbey
The Duchess of Sussex held her husband's arm while the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge walked separately into the Abbey

The Duchess of Sussex held her husband's arm while the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge walked separately into the Abbey

Duchess of Cornwall
Duchess of Cornwall
Prince Charles
Prince Charles

Prince Charles, right, and the Duchess of Cornwall, left, will take part in a number of commemorative events today

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived as a foursome for the service
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived as a foursome for the service

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived as a foursome for the service

Prince William, 36, took a moment to admire the beauty of Westminster Abbey as he took his seat next to Kate. Pictured behind, left-right: the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward and the Countess of Wessex, Princess Anne, Vice Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence 
Prince William, 36, took a moment to admire the beauty of Westminster Abbey as he took his seat next to Kate. Pictured behind, left-right: the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward and the Countess of Wessex, Princess Anne, Vice Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence 

Prince William, 36, took a moment to admire the beauty of Westminster Abbey as he took his seat next to Kate. Pictured behind, left-right: the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward and the Countess of Wessex, Princess Anne, Vice Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence 

The Queen, 92, arrived for the service as she kicked off a busy day of engagements commemorating the RAF centenary
The Queen, 92, arrived for the service as she kicked off a busy day of engagements commemorating the RAF centenary

The Queen, 92, arrived for the service as she kicked off a busy day of engagements commemorating the RAF centenary

The Queen was at Westminster Abbey this morning as the royals helped kick off a momentous day-long celebration to mark 100 years of the Royal Air Force
The Queen was at Westminster Abbey this morning as the royals helped kick off a momentous day-long celebration to mark 100 years of the Royal Air Force

The Queen was at Westminster Abbey this morning as the royals helped kick off a momentous day-long celebration to mark 100 years of the Royal Air Force

Meghan and Harry were all smiles as they took their seats in Westminster Abbey with a host of royals and RAF officials
Meghan and Harry were all smiles as they took their seats in Westminster Abbey with a host of royals and RAF officials

Meghan and Harry were all smiles as they took their seats in Westminster Abbey with a host of royals and RAF officials

The Duchess of Cambridge, 36, looked elegant in a mint-coloured coat and matching hat for the occasion
The Duchess of Cambridge, 36, looked elegant in a mint-coloured coat and matching hat for the occasion

The Duchess of Cambridge, 36, looked elegant in a mint-coloured coat and matching hat for the occasion

Look beautiful in blue like Kate in a coat dress by Alexander McQueen

It's fair to say the Duchess of Cambridge has found a style that suits her and she's sticking to it.

The coat dress she's wearing to mark the RAF centenary in London today might look familiar, and that's because she's worn versions of it in ivory and buttercup yellow to celebrate Princess Charlotte's christening, as well as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's wedding earlier this year.

It's easy to see why she's such a fan of this Alexander McQueen creation. The collarless style and statement fold-back lapels look very elegant when styled with swept-up hair, plus the cut of the coat dress is both classic and flattering.

Of course it was custom made for Kate, but click (right) if your wardrobe is missing some McQueen.

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More than 2,200 people packed Westminster Abbey for the service, with dignitaries including Prime Minister Theresa May, Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn attending.

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, addressed the congregation and said the RAF has in its first 100 years been a decisive factor in serving the country, as well as being key in protecting democracy and freedom.

With an RAF ensign draped over the high altar behind him in the abbey, Mr Welby also highlighted how members of his own family have served and been killed in the RAF - drawing attention to his own father who flew low level sorties in Burma.

And amid turmoil in the Cabinet and her Government, Mrs May delivered a reading at the service, Hebrews 11:32-12:2, with the head of the RAF Air Chief Marshal Sir Stephen Hillier also taking to the lectern.

Charles, William and Harry all chose to wear No 1 RAF uniform to the abbey, with Kate wearing a Dacre Brooch - which was presented to her by the Air Cadets when she took on patronage in 2015. 

And in keeping with the traditional blue of the RAF, the Queen wore a royal blue silk coat with a turquoise collar and dress in the same colour, both by Angela Kelly, with a matching hat by Angela Kelly and a diamond star brooch. 

The Queen looked resplendent in a iridescent purple and teal coat, which she wore over a dress of similar colours
The Queen looked resplendent in a iridescent purple and teal coat, which she wore over a dress of similar colours
The Queen today
The Queen today

The Queen looked resplendent in a iridescent purple and teal coat, which she wore over a dress of similar colours

Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall accompanied the Queen into Westminster Abbey on Tuesday
Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall accompanied the Queen into Westminster Abbey on Tuesday

Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall accompanied the Queen into Westminster Abbey on Tuesday

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, left, and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, right, arrived at Westminster Abbey together

Prince Charles donned his military uniform for the service at Westminster Abbey, which was attended by servicemen
Prince Charles donned his military uniform for the service at Westminster Abbey, which was attended by servicemen

Prince Charles donned his military uniform for the service at Westminster Abbey, which was attended by servicemen

The Queen
The Queen
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex

The Queen, left, looked delighted to be joined at the service by her grandson Prince Harry, right, and his wife Meghan

The Duchess of Sussex opted for an ultra-feminine black dress with a full skirt as she joined her husband Prince Harry
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