Prince Louis, who stole the show on the Royal balcony on Thursday, delighted the crowds once more with his reactions.
Standing next to The Queen earlier this week, the four-year-old Royal certainly provided star-quality entertainment, and he didn’t fail to make fans laugh this time.
Prince Louis had his hands covering his ears amid the roaring cries of the public on Thursday, and the four-year-old created reacted with similar wonder today as he sat next to his mother, Kate Middleton.
He was photographed with a wide range of facial expressions on the final day of the Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
At times, Prince Louis was seen shushing his mother, and at others, he was seen covering his face with his hands.
The four-year-old clenched his fists and joined his hands together as if in prayer during the performance outside Buckingham Palace.
As he and his family watched the pageant from the Royal box, the prince made a number of amusing faces, including cocking a snook.
Mike Tindall, who sat behind the Prince, joined the four-year-old in sharing funny facial expressions to keep him entertained throughout the show.
The former England rugby player made a gesture and pointed to his eyes to indicate that he was keeping an eye on Prince Louis.
Kate laughed as she watched the two interact.
At Sunday’s Jubilee pageant, Prince Charles and his grandson Prince Louis shared a particularly poignant yet adorable moment when the little royal came and sat on his grandfather’s lap.
After the four-year-old royal seemed restless at the event and wandered off his seat next to his mother, the future monarch was seen sharing the adorable moment with Prince William and Kate Middleton’s youngest son Louis.
During the lengthy parade, Louis, who was also seen dancing and blowing raspberries at his mother Kate, was comforted by Kate before becoming bored and exiting his seat, after which his grandfather welcomed him.
The Prince of Wales was then seen cuddling and rocking his grandson Prince Louis on his lap in a rare public family moment.
Earlier in the Jubilee weekend, Prince Louis made headlines when he was photographed covering his ears and making faces on the Buckingham Palace balcony for the Trooping the Colour and RAF flypast event.