At the weekend, Prince Louis joined his parents at the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee pageant, where he delighted viewers with his antics.
The four-year-old was seen pointing, chatting, and even sticking out his tongue at his mother, the Duchess of Cambridge!
Throughout the event, which took place on Sunday afternoon, both his parents were in good spirits, but Prince William made it clear that he had some ground rules for his youngest son.
The young boy can be seen climbing down from his mother’s lap and approaching William to ask him a question in a video from the royal box. Louis, a father of three, shakes his head before chatting with his son for a few moments before returning to his seat.
The youngster appeared to want to move around the venue, as evidenced by William pointing behind him and Louis looking in another direction, but he was only allowed to sit with his parents or Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall.
Louis was later seen sitting on his father’s lap and cuddling with his adoring grandfather, who helped to keep the youngster occupied.
The royals were out in force to enjoy the Jubilee’s final day of festivities. Kate and William’s older children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, as well as Zara and Mike Tindall and their children, and Zara’s brother Peter and his children, all attended the pageant.
Princess Eugenie and her husband, Jack Brooksbank, were also seen, as was their baby son August, who seemed fascinated by the performers on display!
Princess Beatrice, her husband Edoardo Mopelli Mozzi, and their six-year-old son Woolfie, as well as Prince Charles and Camilla, were in attendance.
Louis’ dancing and animated facial expressions drew a lot of attention from royal watchers, and his devoted parents even commented on his behavior in a social media post after the event, writing: “We had a fantastic time, especially Louis… [emoji of eyes] W. and C.”