Prince George sings ‘Sweet Caroline’ at Queen’s Palace Party

Prince George stole the show Saturday night at the Party at the Palace concert.

The 8-year-old royal was spotted singing along to Rod Stewart’s version of the Neil Diamond classic “Sweet Caroline,” enthusiastically joining in at the “bam bam bam” part.

Prince George was adorably dressed in a suit and tie for the event, which his mother, Kate Middleton, and father, Prince William, also attended.

Saturday was certainly a busy one for George and his 7-year-old sister, Princess Charlotte.

Earlier, they accompanied their parents on an official visit to Wales. It was particularly memorable as George’s father was the same age when he made his first visit to Wales with his parents, Prince Charles and Princess Diana.

The family thoroughly enjoyed the star-studded concert, waving flags and singing along to acts including Duran Duran, Queen, Elton John, Diana Ross and Alicia Keys.

A split pic of Rod Stewart and Prince GeorgeRod Stewart performed at a party celebrating Queen Elizabeth II on Saturday – but Prince George stole the show.Getty Images

Plenty of other royals were also in attendance at the massive concert including Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles, Prince Andrew’s daughters, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, along with their husbands, Princess Anne and Prince Edward and his family.

George and Charlotte were snapped laughing in delight at the pre-recorded skit their great-grandmother appeared in with another British cultural icon – Paddington Bear. In it, the two bonded over a shared love of marmalade sandwiches with the Queen revealing that she keeps a spare one in her ever-present handbag.

Prince George and Prince WilliamThe 8-year-old royal sat next to his dad, Prince William, at the event.Getty Images

The concert was the highlight of the third day of events celebrating the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

It ended with the duo tapping their teacups to the Queen classic, “We Will Rock You” – a rhythm that segued perfectly into a live performance by the British band.

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