Prince Louis sat on the iconic Buckingham Palace balcony with his older brother and sister, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, to watch the flypast at Trooping the Colour.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s youngest child was photographed making faces at the crowds gathered to see the royal family celebrate the Queen’s official birthday.
The four-year-old Prince Louis, who was standing next to his great-grandmother, the Queen, waved to the sky and was later seen holding his hands over his ears as the plane flew overhead, prompting his mother Kate to bend down and speak with him.
To the delight of royal watchers, Her Majesty was seen interacting with Prince Louis. Before returning to the palace, the monarch waved to the crowds and smiled throughout the flypast. Today is my birthday.
Prince Charles, the Duchess of Cornwall, and the Earl and Countess of Wessex, along with their children, were among the senior royals on the balcony.
The Cambridge children had earlier joined their mother Kate in their first carriage procession as the Queen’s 70-year reign was commemorated over the four-day weekend.
Thousands of people cheered as they saw the royal children with their proud parents, Kate and the Duchess of Cornwall, on The Mall.
As they sat in a row, George, Charlotte, and Louis waved enthusiastically, with Louis, the youngest, in the middle of his older siblings.
Before Trooping the Colour, also known as the Birthday Parade, a traditional carriage procession left Buckingham Palace.
Charlotte looked stunning in a cornflower blue gown, while Prince George wore a blue suit and looked dapper. Meanwhile, Prince Louis looked adorable in a sailor suit inspired by the navy.