Prince William & Kate to Return to Buckingham Palace Balcony

03/22/2012 at 02:20 PM EDT

Queen's Diamond Jubilee: Prince William, Kate at Buckingham Palace Balcony
Kate and William's first (left) and second kiss
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The Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William put fairy tales to shame, kissing not once, but twice, when they stepped out onto the balcony of Buckingham Palace last April as husband and wife.

Soon, they're set to return (again!) to the place where they made magic happen with the double kiss that was seen – and swooned over – around the world.

In honor of Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee anniversary marking her 60-year reign, the Royal Family, including the duke and duchess, will head back to the balcony on the last day of celebrations, June 5.





But that extra smooch was only one memorable moment from that magical spot in need of a repeat.

Managing to upstage Kate with her pouty photo-bomb: little Grace van Cutsem, 3 at the time, the flower girl and daughter of William's friend Hugh van Cutsem, who was less than enchanted by the couple's fairy-tale moment (and the really loud crowd).

Taking the romantics up another notch, after the much-anticipated public display of affection, a Royal Air Force flyover took to the skies to seal the spectacle.

Prior, the family will attend a service at St Paul's Cathedral followed by two receptions, a lunch at Westminster Hall and a carriage procession to Buckingham Palace. But with months to go before the family once again graces the palace balcony, tell us:

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