Prince Louis delighted royal fans again today as he pulled a face at his siblings and covered his ears while celebrating Trooping the Colour.
The five-year-old was in fine form on Saturday as she accompanied Prince George, nine, and Princess Charlotte to the Horse Guards Parade in a carriage.
They were accompanied by the Princess of Wales and Queen Camilla, but that didn’t stop Louis getting up to his usual demeanor in the King’s birthday parade.
At one point, the youngest Welsh child covered her nose and mouth in an apparent sneezing attack, before breaking into an emotional dance on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.
Louis – who turned five on St George’s Day on April 23 – is a favorite among royal watchers for his enthusiasm – and cheeky demeanor – during public appearances.
Today was no different, and the young royal was seen pulling faces at her siblings.
Lively: Prince Louis (centre) often steals the show during public events, and today was no different, as he was snapped pulling funny faces
In another picture, the five-year-old can be seen smiling as she gets out of the car – the snap is bound to delight royal watchers
The young royal has become a favorite among royal watchers for her adorable and funny antics
Prince Louis gasps as the flypast continues on the balcony of Buckingham Palace
In the photograph, Prince Louis sat smiling from the back of the car next to his brother and sister, who were unfazed by his upbeat demeanor.
The eight-year-old is equally unfazed in other photos, which show the younger sibling screaming and covering her ears as a royal flypast travels overhead.
The royal party traveled amid a sovereign mounted escort formed by the Life Guards of the Household Cavalry and troops of the Blues and Royals.
Prince Louis (pictured) covered his ears against the noise during the flypast today
Five-year-old Prince Louis breaks into an emotional dance on the balcony of Buckingham Palace
The vivacious five-year-old was accompanied by her older siblings Prince George and Princess Charlotte, as well as her mother the Princess of Wales and Queen Camilla.
Little Louis also gave a royal salute to the audience gathered in London
George, Charlotte and Louis then joined the rest of the royal family for a flypast on the balcony of Buckingham Palace – after pushing back a set for the monarch’s coronation in May.
Photos from the balcony also show Louis engaging his funny side, as he covers his ears at one point to block out the extremely loud noise.
Meanwhile, another picture taken during the flypast shows the prince holding his hand in a playful pose, and later breaking into a dance.
About 70 aircraft from the Royal Navy, British Army and Royal Air Force took part in the display, which lasted for about six minutes.
The Ministry of Defense (MoD) said today’s plane took off from 15 locations up and down the UK before rendezvousing in the southeast of England and flying over London.
Louis – who turns five on St George’s Day, April 23 – is a favorite among royal watchers, thanks to his enthusiasm during public appearances.
The three royal children traveled in a carriage with their mother and Queen Camilla
At one point, Louis was seen pointing at something he saw in the sky
The event ended with a show of red, white and blue by Red Arrow pilots.
The siblings seemed carefully coordinated for the day in terms of their outfits.
Princess Charlotte, eight, wore a white dress with red detailing, while her hair was pulled into intricate braids that were gathered into a low bun.
His brothers George, nine, and Louis, five, wore matching navy suits, white shirts and red ties – with their hair neatly swept to the side.
The royal children waved to people waiting on The Mall during a tour today
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