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Prince Louis's Hilarious Reaction To Jubilee Flypast

Ali Condon

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Prince Louis's Hilarious Reaction To Jubilee Flypast

Featured Image Credit: Sky News

Prince Louis had the cutest reaction to the Jubilee flypast today as celebrations for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee got underway.

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Prince Louis joined the Queen on the royal balcony at Buckingham Palace alongside Prince Charles and Camilla, his parents Prince William and Kate Middleton, and siblings Prince George, and Princess Charlotte.

The working royals gathered to watch the impressive flypast of helicopters and planes forming the number 70 in the sky.

But in one hilarious moment, little Louis can be seen covering his ears from the loud noise of the planes overhead.

The youngest Cambridge tot could also be seen jumping up and down in excitement, before waving towards the sky as he stood next to his great grandmother.

At one point, Kate, 40, could be seen whispering in Louis' ear, before the royal gazed up towards the planes once again.

Little Louis stole the show (Credit: Alamy)
Little Louis stole the show (Credit: Alamy)

The royals gather on the balcony at the end of the parade, to watch the RAF flypast.

Her Majesty the Queen looked overjoyed as the Red Arrows passed, turning the sky red, white and blue to mark the Platinum Jubilee weekend.

For Prince George, eight, Princess Charlotte, seven and Prince Louis, four, it was the very first time they had joined the parade.

Prior to the balcony appearance, the Cambridge kids could be seen sitting in the carriage with the Duchess of Cambridge and the Duchess of Cornwall.

It was the very first time they had joined the parade (Credit: Alamy)
It was the very first time they had joined the parade (Credit: Alamy)

The three children waved at crowds and bowed their heads as the national anthem played during the procession.

The carriage took the family to the Horse Guards Parade, where other members of the royal family - including the Duke and Duchess of Sussex - were waiting.

Trooping the Colour marks the first day of festivities in the four-day Platinum Jubilee weekend.

It will be followed by a Service of Thanksgiving at St Paul’s on Friday, a Party at the Palace on Saturday and the weekend celebrations will end with the Platinum Jubilee Pageant on Sunday.

Topics: Royal Family, Celebrity

Ali Condon
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