Prince George and Princess Charlotte may receive a promotion at this week’s Trooping the Colour.

Royal experts are predicting that Prince William and Kate Middleton’s two older children may be given a bigger role at the event. Prince George and Princess Charlotte may make their debut carriage ride in the parade at Horse Guards on Saturday alongside the Duchess of Cambridge.

In previous years, Prince George and Princess Charlotte appeared on the balcony of the Buckingham Palace after the carriage procession is over. The Trooping the Colour is an event the celebrates Queen Elizabeth II’s official birthday.

According to The Sun, Prince George and Princess Charlotte have already reached the same age that their father and uncle Prince Harry were in when they first rode in the procession with Princess Diana and the Queen Mother. As such, it is really possible that they will make their carriage debut this year.

In a throwback photo, Prince William and Prince Harry are both wearing a suit while on board the carriage. The brothers are sitting beside each other. Prince William is seated in front of his great-grandmother, the Queen Mother, and Prince Harry is seated in front of the Princess of Wales.

Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s younger brother, Prince Louis, is also expected to make his debut at the Trooping the Colour. But since he is just 1 year old, he will not be joining his parents and older siblings in the carriage procession. Rather, Prince Louis will be carried by the Duchess of Cambridge when she reaches the balcony of the palace.

Last year, Prince Louis didn’t make it to the event since he just barely 2 months old at that time. Meghan Markle made her Trooping the Colour debut last year having already married Prince Harry just weeks earlier. But this year, the Duchess of Sussex won’t be at the event because she’s still on maternity leave and tending to her son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor.

Princess Charlotte, Prince George
Pictured: Prince George (L) and his sister Princess Charlotte (R) arrive to attend the wedding of Britain's Princess Eugenie of York to Jack Brooksbank at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, in Windsor, on October 12, 2018. Getty Images/Steve Parsons