William and Kate's kids bake for anniversaries and celebrations in priceless photos

Members of the British royal family came together to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II's Golden Jubilee, including Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. In addition to creating memorable moments, Prince William and Kate's children also rolled up their sleeves and worked for people, baking cupcakes ahead of a street party on Sunday, June 5. The trio's culinary adventures were captured in a montage of photos posted to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's Instagram account, and they're adorable.

"Bake a cake for the local Cardiff community and enjoy it at today's Platinum Jubilee Street Party!" read the Cambridge couple's caption. "We hope you like them!"

Their message was accompanied by a short video containing seven photos of the children baking, some of which Kate was involved in. Charlotte seemed to take the lead in pouring the flour and cracking the eggs, while Louis sifted with a look of concentration on his face. Kate took the lead on the icing and the kids' excitement seemed to reach around 11 o'clock.

Many of the Cambridge couple's fans expressed how much they loved the montage in the comments. "Wow this is so cute!" one person wrote. Another praised the children's efforts, writing: "Brilliant! Well done George, Charlotte and Louis!!"

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Children were prominently featured throughout the Queen's Diamond Jubilee weekend. The trio are busy attending events such as Trooping the Color and the Platinum Jubilee celebrations, which means waving and behaving appropriately while hanging out with their great-grandmother, parents and other senior royals. Despite this, George, 8, Charlotte, 7, and Louis, 4, have remained calm during their time in the spotlight. And, frankly, any missteps will only make the audience happier.

"Prince Louis (aka 'Boss Baby') stole all of our hearts today by performing on the balcony with his great-grandmother the Queen after the Trooping the Color parade!" one fan wrote on Twitter, along with Several photos of his expression at the Queen's Birthday Parade. Another shared a clip of Charlotte comforting an overly excited Louis during the pageant, writing: "Princess Charlotte has had enough" alongside a crying-with-joy emoji. As for George, he won over another member of the audience who looked like he wanted to pretend he didn't know his brother, while Louis waved enthusiastically again.

All in all, it seemed like a great weekend for their great-grandmother and the entire royal family. Queen Elizabeth released a statement on Sunday thanking her subjects for their role in "these joyful celebrations."

"When it comes to how to mark the Queen's 70th anniversary, there are no guidelines to follow. This is truly a first," she wrote in part. “But I’m so humbled and deeply touched that so many people took to the streets to celebrate my platinum fiftieth anniversary.”