Expressive Prince Louis steals the show AGAIN


He stole the limelight on Thursday after delighting crowds as he stood chatting to the Queen – and Prince Louis showed off his star power again on Sunday while watching the Platinum Jubilee Pageant in London.

The four-year-old showcased several amusing expressions as he sat next to his mother, the Duchess of Cambridge, in the royal box during the fourth day of Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

At times, he was seen clenching his fists, sticking out his tongue, waving his arms in the air, putting his hands over his mother’s mouth and standing in his seat for a better view of the spectacle.

He later moved across to his other relatives and sat on his grandfather Prince Charles’ lap, who pointed out various interesting parts of the parade to try and keep the four-year-old entertained.

Social media users were once again delighted by Louis’ antics, with one writing: ‘Prince Louis being iconic as always,’ while another added: ‘Prince Louis’ facial expressions are as legendary as ever.’

He stole the limelight on Thursday after delighting crowds as he stood chatting to the Queen – and Prince Louis showed off his star power again on Sunday while watching the Platinum Jubilee Pageant in London

The prince pulled more than a few faces as he watched the pageant from the Royal box with his mother, the Duchess of Cambridge

The prince pulled more than a few faces as he watched the pageant from the Royal box with his mother, the Duchess of Cambridge

Sticking out his tongue! The four-year-old showcased several amusing expressions as he sat next to his mother, the Duchess of Cambridge, in the royal box during the fourth day of Platinum Jubilee celebrations

Sticking out his tongue! The four-year-old showcased several amusing expressions as he sat next to his mother, the Duchess of Cambridge, in the royal box during the fourth day of Platinum Jubilee celebrations

At times, he was seen clenching his fists, sticking out his tongue, waving his arms in the air, putting his hands over his mother's mouth and standing in his seat for a better view of the spectacle

At times, he was seen clenching his fists, sticking out his tongue, waving his arms in the air, putting his hands over his mother’s mouth and standing in his seat for a better view of the spectacle

He later moved across to his other relatives and sat on his grandfather Prince Charles' lap, who pointed out various interesting parts of the parade to try and keep the four-year-old entertained

Prince Charles and Prince Louis

He later moved across to his other relatives and sat on his grandfather Prince Charles’ lap, who pointed out various interesting parts of the parade to try and keep the four-year-old entertained

'Shush mother!' He placed his hand over his mother's mouth at one point while watching the pageant

‘Shush mother!’ He placed his hand over his mother’s mouth at one point while watching the pageant

Behind the little prince sat Mike Tindall who entertained the boy with funny faces to keep him amused.

Behind the little prince sat Mike Tindall who entertained the boy with funny faces to keep him amused.

From pensive to excited! Prince Louis showcased a range of emotions during his appearance yesterday in London

Prince Louis with Prince Charles

From pensive to excited! Prince Louis showcased a range of emotions during his appearance yesterday in London

Social media users were once again delighted by Louis' antics, with one writing: 'Prince Louis being iconic as always,' while another added: 'Prince Louis' facial expressions are as legendary as ever.'

Social media users were once again delighted by Louis’ antics, with one writing: ‘Prince Louis being iconic as always,’ while another added: ‘Prince Louis’ facial expressions are as legendary as ever.’

Behind the little prince – who arrived alongside his sister Princess Charlotte, seven, brother Prince George, eight, and father Prince William, 39 – sat Mike Tindall who at one point, entertained the boy with funny faces to keep him amused.

The former England rugby player Tindall, sitting in the row behind, gestured and pointed to his eyes that he was keeping watch over him, as Kate chuckled at their interaction.

‘Prince Louis deserves is own meme section! I cant with how expressive his face is!! Love you little bug!’, wrote another social media user on Twitter. 

Another person posted online: ‘Unfortunately for Prince Louis, he can’t be mischievous because Mike will make sure he behaves,’ while one added: ‘Love this photo of Mike Tindall teasing Prince Louis and making sure he’s well behaved for the Platinum Jubilee Pageant.’

Kate stroked Louis’s shoulder before he got out of his seat and walked to his left. The four-year-old prince then sat on his grandfather Prince Charles’s lap, who rocked him from side to side. He was then seen back with his mother.

Mia Tindall sat on her father Mike’s lap at one point in the concert, while Lena Tindall sat on her cousin Savannah Phillips’s lap. Meanwhile, the Princess Royal sat and clapped along to Kool & The Gang’s Celebration. 

What's going on? The prince stood up on his seat at one point for a better view of the party down below

What’s going on? The prince stood up on his seat at one point for a better view of the party down below

All fun and smiles: The prince appeared to enjoy himself despite four long days of jubilee celebrations

All fun and smiles: The prince appeared to enjoy himself despite four long days of jubilee celebrations

Sitting in the Royal Box at the Platinum Jubilee Pageant in London, Louis got into the party spirit of the celebration

Sitting in the Royal Box at the Platinum Jubilee Pageant in London, Louis got into the party spirit of the celebration

Lots to see! The children sat through the long procession showcasing Britain's national treasures while celebrating the Queen's Platinum Jubilee

Lots to see! The children sat through the long procession showcasing Britain’s national treasures while celebrating the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

Prince Louis joined his grandfather, who pointed out some of the spectacles on display in the parade

Prince Louis joined his grandfather, who pointed out some of the spectacles on display in the parade

Sitting next to Louis' grandfather was the Duchess of Cambridge, with the Princess Royal sat on the other

Sitting next to Louis’ grandfather was the Duchess of Cambridge, with the Princess Royal sat on the other

All fun and games! The prince had fun at the Platinum Jubilee Pageant sat between his mother the Duchess of Cambridge and sister Princess Charlotte

All fun and games! The prince had fun at the Platinum Jubilee Pageant sat between his mother the Duchess of Cambridge and sister Princess Charlotte

Princess Charlotte, Mia Tindall and Prince George sat together watching the parade, with Mia's cousin Savannah Phillips behind them

Princess Charlotte, Mia Tindall and Prince George sat together watching the parade, with Mia’s cousin Savannah Phillips behind them

Getting tired! The prince hugged his mother while watching as the Household Cavalry led The Gold State Coach along a pageant route back to Buckingham Palace

Getting tired! The prince hugged his mother while watching as the Household Cavalry led The Gold State Coach along a pageant route back to Buckingham Palace

Prince Louis placed his hands over his eyes at one point while watching the pageant on the fourth day of celebrations

Prince Louis placed his hands over his eyes at one point while watching the pageant on the fourth day of celebrations

Sleepy! He was also seen rubbing his eyes as the procession winded its way along The Mall

Sleepy! He was also seen rubbing his eyes as the procession winded its way along The Mall

Yay! The Prince also clenched his fists while looking non-plussed at all the fuss down below

Yay! The Prince also clenched his fists while looking non-plussed at all the fuss down below

Immediately to his left, the prince's two elder siblings Prince George and Princess Charlotte sat near their father and cut stately figures as they watched the proceedings

Immediately to his left, the prince’s two elder siblings Prince George and Princess Charlotte sat near their father and cut stately figures as they watched the proceedings

As Prince George stood for part of the parade, he mirrored his father William, both adjusting the front of their jackets at the same time

As Prince George stood for part of the parade, he mirrored his father William, both adjusting the front of their jackets at the same time

Not to be outdone! Louis' older brother Prince George also got in on the act with a mischievous face

Not to be outdone! Louis’ older brother Prince George also got in on the act with a mischievous face

The prince had delighted royal fans by stealing the show on the balcony on Thursday after Trooping the Colour.

He let out a howl and covered his ears during the flypast, and his ‘Gan Gan’ the Queen sweetly interacted with her great-grandson, leaning down to chat to him and point out the planes.

Others in the royal box included Princess Eugenie, who bounced her baby son August on her lap. The one-year-old was wearing a jumper with a Union flag on the front.

Immediately to his left, the prince’s two elder siblings Prince George and Princess Charlotte sat near their father and cut stately figures as they watched the proceedings.

As Prince George stood for part of the parade, he mirrored his father William, both adjusting the front of their jackets at the same time.

Queen Elizabeth II points as she stands next to Prince Louis on the balcony at Buckingham Palace in London this afternoon

Queen Elizabeth II points as she stands next to Prince Louis on the balcony at Buckingham Palace in London this afternoon

The Queen smiles as Prince Louis covers his ears during the flypast over Buckingham Palace in London this afternoon

The Queen smiles as Prince Louis covers his ears during the flypast over Buckingham Palace in London this afternoon

The Queen during her balcony appearance at Buckingham Palace alongside Prince Charles, Prince William, Kate, Princess Charlotte and Prince George

The Queen during her balcony appearance at Buckingham Palace alongside Prince Charles, Prince William, Kate, Princess Charlotte and Prince George

Royals including Prince Charles, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, Princess Anne, Kate Middleton, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Prince Louis, Zara and Mike Tindall, and Prime Minister Boris Johnson in the royal box yesterday

Royals including Prince Charles, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, Princess Anne, Kate Middleton, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Prince Louis, Zara and Mike Tindall, and Prime Minister Boris Johnson in the royal box yesterday

Original golden coronation carriage with hologram of the Queen is seen during the Platinum Pageant on June 5, 2022

Original golden coronation carriage with hologram of the Queen is seen during the Platinum Pageant on June 5, 2022

The crowd watch Queen Elizabeth II on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, London, at the end of the Platinum Jubilee Pageant

The crowd watch Queen Elizabeth II on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, London, at the end of the Platinum Jubilee Pageant

Crowds are seen on The Mall with the Queen shown on a screen during the singing of the National Anthem

Crowds are seen on The Mall with the Queen shown on a screen during the singing of the National Anthem

He was also spotted resting his head on his hand during the two-and-a-half-hour show.

The Prince of Wales stood to receive the salute from troops of the Household Division.

He nodded in turn to the 42 units marching round the Queen Victoria memorial.

Other members of the royal family in the box included Princess Beatrice and Zara Tindall with the Tindalls’ two eldest children, Mia and Lena.

A colourful street pageant celebrating Queen Elizabeth II’s life and highlighting Britain’s diversity paraded through central London on Sunday, the final day of a long holiday weekend honouring the monarch’s 70 years on the throne. 

Royal fans were hoping to see another glimpse of the 96-year-old queen later at Buckingham Palace, where the parade ends – and she didn’t disappoint, appearing on the balcony.

With the ringing of bells at Westminster Abbey, a spectacular military parade featuring 200 horses began the ceremony as they marched down the Mall to Buckingham Palace. 

They flanked the gold state coach, a gilded carriage that transported the queen to her coronation 69 years ago.

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