The Queen recalled how her father was the first member of her family to qualify as an RAF pilot and served alongside the service's founder Lord Trenchard.
PrinceLouis Arthur Charles of Cambridge has been christened, marking his first public event since his birth on April 23.
The Queen and other members of the Royal Family saw the display - which included the new F-35 fighter and Spitfires - from the palace balcony.
It's not because Meghan didn't want to ruin her outfit; it's because she hasn't been honoured with one yet.
The woman of the hour, Catherine, Duchess of Sussex, continued her tradition of wearing cream to all her children's christenings in Alexander McQueen.
The flypast drew thousands of spectators, passing over the site of the 2012 Olympic Games, and the streets of Central London before reaching The Mall, the ceremonial avenue leading up to Buckingham Palace.
Thankfully for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, their youngest son, Prince Louis, was very well behaved during his eagerly anticipated christening, and the 11-week-old stayed fast asleep as his mum carried him into the chapel.