Lip reader reveals sassy Prince Louis' three-word order to sister Princess Charlotte
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A lip reader has revealed bossy Prince Louis' three-word demand to his older sister, Princess Charlotte, on the day of his grandfather's coronation.
While, historically-speaking, it's King Charles III's big day at Westminster Abbey, it's Prince Louis who once again stole the show.
Spotted giving an instruction to his eight-year-old sister, Princess Charlotte, five-year-old Louis has melted hearts as he enjoyed the day's events.
Prince George, who was given the role as a Page of Honour for his grandfather, followed in the procession behind the new King.
Prince William and Kate Middleton, however, arrived at Westminster Abbey in a royal car with the youngest prince and princess.
While we aren't sure what happened along the journey, lip reader, Jeremy Freeman, told the Daily Star what Louis allegedly said to his family just moments before they exited the vehicle.
To the crowd's delight, the little prince was looking out of the window and waving at well-wishers, some of whom had been queuing for days in hopes of catching a glimpse of the royals.
Looking out of the window, he was reportedly seen saying: "Wave at them."
He then pauses and impatiently added: "Come on."
Meanwhile, second in line to the throne nine-year-old Prince George held onto the back of his granddad's robe, which makes him the youngest future King to appear in an official coronation service role.
Mum Kate voiced her concerns ahead of the big day to the crowd gathered outside the Dog and Duck pub in Soho on Thursday (4 May).
A member of the crowd asked whether her children were excited, to which 41-year-old Kate replied: "They’re looking forward to it.
"There’s some sort of nerves and anticipation and excitement going on at the moment."
When asked if she thought Louis would behave, Kate crossed her fingers and said: "I hope so."
After singing a few hymns in the Abbey next to his mother, father and sister, Prince Louis seemed to suddenly disappear from sight, leaving viewers at home baffled.
People flocked to social media with one Twitter user asking: "Is anyone else wondering where Prince Louis has disappeared to? Did they take him out before he stole the limelight? #Coronation."
The explanation is simple: Prince Louis is only little and would get tired or fidgety.
After getting ants in his pants and pulling funny faces at the crowds during Queen Elizabeth II's Platinum Jubilee, it may have been easier for the Prince and Princess of Wales to give him a break during the formalities.
ITV News Royal Editor, Chris Ship, also reassured viewers: "Hello from Prince Louis. At age five, we are told he will be seated and then 'retire' for a while during the two-hour service #Coronation."
Topics: Coronation, Royal Family, UK News, King Charles III