With his mischievous antics on the Buckingham Palace balcony, his adorable royal wave at Trooping the Colour and his sweet bonding time with grandfather Prince Charles, Prince Louis' best Jubilee moments seriously stole the show as the Queen marked 70 years on the throne.
- Prince Louis' appearances alongside Prince George and Princess Charlotte over the historic Jubilee weekend were among his first ever public royal moments.
- The youngest of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's brood had the world's eyes on him every time he was spotted celebrating his great-grandmother the Queen's 70 years as monarch.
- In other royal news, Kate Middleton stunned in statement gingham for a rare at-home video with the Cambridge kids.
Despite marking his fourth birthday back in April, Prince Louis' official public appearances have been few and far between, with the pandemic meaning he spent much of his life unable to gain the same royal experiences Princess Charlotte and Prince George had by his age.
But the tiny Cambridge tot certainly made up for lost time when he joined The Firm in celebrating the Queen's 70 years as sovereign, with Prince Louis' best Jubilee moments being some of the most memorable from the weekend.
Cheeky balcony faces
Prince Louis' appearance on the Buckingham Palace balcony to watch the Red Arrows fly overhead was his second time ever, having first had the honor in 2019.
And while it was no doubt an extremely poignant moment for Her Majesty the Queen, little Louis couldn't help but let the world know that he found the fly over rather noisy, covering his ears and screaming in photos that instantly went viral.
Sitting on Prince Charles' lap
Prince Charles bouncing his grandson Prince Louis on his lap during the parade. pic.twitter.com/s0ZaoAKWlpJune 5, 2022
Prince Louis and Prince Charles were captured sharing some super cute grandson and grandpa bonding time as they watched the Platinum Jubilee Pageant from the front row.
After tiring of sitting on mom Kate Middleton's lap, Louis bounded along to his grandfather to perch on his knee, with future King Prince Charles bouncing and swaying him in time to the music.
A question for the Queen
While stood beside his great-granny on the balcony as the royals awaited the Red Arrows, Prince Louis had a pressing question for Her Majesty.
In a lovely exchange between the head of the family and one of the youngest members, Louis is thought to have asked the Queen, "Are the Red Arrows coming?"
According to to lip reading pro, Jeremy Freeman, the Queen responded, "I hope so!"
Perfecting his royal wave
This is so cute! The Cambridge children riding the carriage alongside Catherine and Camilla. Peep Prince Louis’ very enthusiastic wave #DuchessofCambridge #PlatinumJubilee #TroopingTheColour pic.twitter.com/8SYUqHTtF5June 2, 2022
As he rode alongside Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Kate Middleton and Duchess Camilla in a horse-drawn carriage for his first ever carriage procession, Prince Louis nailed the ultimate royal wave.
As he sat between his older brother and sister, Louis looked out to the surrounding crowds and greeted onlookers, with cheeky Princess Charlotte even urging him to be a little less enthusiastic, lowering his hand mid-wave in a hilariously typical big sibling moment.
A 'telling off' from Mike Tindall
Amid his mischievous moments as he watched the Jubilee Pageant, Zara Tindall's husband Mike was spotted teasing little Louis in the best way.
With the rugby pro, who is married to the Queen's granddaughter, sat behind Louis and Duchess Catherine, he caught the little one's attention and appeared to say "I'm watching you!"
Naturally, little Louis was unfazed by the warning from uncle Mike and kept up his adorably naughty behavior for the rest of the event.
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