William and Kate release slick Netflix-style film giving incredible all-access glimpse behind the scenes of Coronation | The Sun

THE Prince and Princess of Wales have shared a behind-the-scenes video of the Royal Family at the King's Coronation last week.

Kate and William, as well as their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, all stole the show at the stunning ceremony watched by millions around the world.

Now, a Netflix-style video released by the Wales' official YouTube account provides a rare glimpse into their family life during the Coronation weekend.

The short five-minute film captures the joyful atmosphere as the Royal duo greeted the huge crowds waiting outside the Buckingham Palace.

It also caught William and Kate getting ready for the event at Kensington Palace along with Charlotte, eight, and Louis, four, the next morning.

The two can be seen wearing their stunning Royal Victorian Order Mantles, while Kate was 'twinning' with her daughter in a white Alexander McQueen dress.

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Once ready to greet the fans, the family left the palace to travel to Westminster Abbey in a jaw-dropping gold carriage.

The family and the thousands of people waiting outside the palace were treated to an impressive flyover by the Red Arrows – where Prince Louis again stole the show.

The next day, the family can be seen in the film pitching in for the Big Help Out.

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Prince Louis, who was also at the centre of attention last year during the Platinum Jubilee celebrations, was captured helping out with a digger.

Meanwhile, Prince George, nine, tried his hand at archery before the family joined up for a group snap with fellow volunteers.

The mini documentary ended with videos taken at the Coronation Concert, which starred big names, such as Katy Perry, Lionel Ritchie and Take That.

William also made a speech in honour of his father, King Charles III.

''We are all so proud of you,'' he said in front of the 20,000-strong crowd.

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