Kate Middleton was spotted sending a kiss to her restless son, four-year-old Prince Louis, while the family watched this weekend’s jubilee pageant.
The Flirt Prince was a hit with royal onlookers during the Queen’s platinum jubilee celebrations, displaying a series of amusing expressions while sitting next to his mother in the royal box.
At one point, the Duchess of Cambridge sent a brisk kiss to Louis as he looked at her during a long day outside celebrating his great-grandmother on Sunday.
Lewis looked agitated during the show, and looked at his mother – who made the kind gesture before showing him the program of the event.
Kate Middleton was spotted sending a kiss to her troubled four-year-old son Prince Louis while the family watched the Jubilee Pageant
He has been spotted by several royal fans on social media, with one saying: “This is such a beautiful beautiful gesture.”
Another added: “Catherine is a kind and caring mother.”
Louis stole the show at the platinum jubilee festivities, even making an appearance to entertain the Queen while the family stood on the balcony of Buckingham Palace on Thursday.
While flying, Lewis pulled out many hilarious angry faces – and even held his hands firmly above his ears while several planes hovered over his head.
The playful prince was a hit with royal onlookers during the Queen’s platinum jubilee celebrations, displaying a series of amusing expressions while seated next to his mother.
In one moment, the Duchess of Cambridge sent a quick kiss to Louis as he looked at her during a long day outside celebrating his great-grandmother on Sunday
Lewis looked agitated during the show, and looked at his mother – who made the kind gesture before showing him the program of the event
One Royal fan said: ‘Catherine is a kind and caring mother’
He demonstrated his star power again on Sunday while watching Platinum Jubilee Pageant in London.
The four-year-old was sometimes 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 to get a better view of the scene.
He later moved on to his other relatives and sat on the lap of his grandfather Prince Charles, who pointed out various interesting parts of the show to try and entertain the four-year-old.
Lewis showed off his star power on Sunday while watching the Platinum Jubilee Contest
The prince pulled over a few faces while watching the competition from the royal box with his mother, the Duchess of Cambridge
Social media users were delighted with Louis’ antics, with one writing: “Prince Louis was creative as always,” while another added: “Prince Louis’s facial expressions are more legendary than ever.”
Behind the little prince—who sat next to his sister Princess Charlotte, aged seven, brother Prince George, eight, and father Prince William, 39—was Mike Tindall who at one point entertained the boy with funny faces to keep him amused.
The former English rugby player, Tyndall, seated in the back row, rolled his eyes and indicated he was watching him, while Kate laughed at their interaction.
Louis displayed many amusing expressions while seated next to his mother, the Duchess of Cambridge, in the Royal Box during the fourth day of the Platinum Jubilee festivities.
He put his hand on his mother’s mouth once while watching the competition
He later moved on to his other relatives and sat on the lap of his grandfather, Prince Charles, who pointed out various interesting parts of the show in an effort to keep Louis entertained.
“Prince Louis deserves a special meme oath! I can’t with how expressive his face is!! I love you, little bug!”, another social media user wrote on Twitter.
Another person posted online: “Unfortunately for Prince Louis, he can’t be mischievous because Mike will make sure he acts.”
One added: “I love this picture of Mike Tindall teasing Prince Louis and making sure he’s well-behaved at the Platinum Jubilee competition.”