Mike Tindall was seen giving Prince Louis a cheeky “warning” after the young royal started fooling around at the Platinum Jubilee competition on Sunday.
The former England rugby star, seated behind the four-year-old prince, made a mocking gesture that suggested he had his eyes on him.
Moments earlier, Louis had been seen tossing a pillow and squirming in his seat.
Images from across the crowd also showed him excitedly pointing out things in the parade, sticking his fingers in his ears and covering his eyes.
His mother, the Duchess of Cambridge, couldn’t help but laugh at the intervention of Mr Tindall, who was sitting with his eldest daughter Mia, 8.
His wife Zara, the Queen’s granddaughter, was spotted herself joking around with another young royal at Saturday night’s “Platinum Party” at Buckingham Palace.
She was pictured leaning over the back of Princess Charlotte’s seat to toss a Union Jack flag in the ear of older brother George.
Kate, sitting next to the couple, found the tender moment equally amusing.
Zara was due to perform at Sunday’s pageant but was not seated with her daughter and husband, who were instead flanked by Boris Johnson.
Mr Tindall and the Prime Minister appeared to share quips of their own, with images showing the pair breaking down as they chatted ahead of the show.
Other royals in the box included Prince William, Prince Charles, Camilla and Princess Anne, who was to be joined by their son Peter Phillips.
Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie also performed, although they were not accompanied by their father Andrew, who reportedly tested positive for Covid two days before the event.
The Queen was unable to attend the event herself due to her ongoing mobility issues, but appeared as a hologram in the 260-year-old golden state carriage she carried to her coronation seven decades ago.
Thousands of royal fans from across the country lined the 3km route through central London as a star-studded carnival will proceed towards Buckingham Palace.
The show will culminate in a mass performance of God Save the Queen by Ed Sheeran and 200 other celebrities with UK ties.
In the meantime, an estimated 10 million people have taken part in street festivals, picnics and barbecues to mark the big anniversary.
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