NAUGHTY Prince Louis stole the show at the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations thanks to his hilarious antics.
The four-year-old first caught public attention on Thursday when he amused royal fans by covering his ears with his hands amid thunderous screams from the public.
Over the next few days, Prince Louis was seen silencing his mother and putting his hands over her face.
The young king also made a variety of very animated facial expressions as he and his family watched the pageant from the royal box – including sticking out his tongue playfully.
Former rugby player Mike Tindall – who is married to Zara Phillips and sat behind the Cambridges during the celebrations – jokingly stepped in to speak with Louis.
On his podcast The Good, The Bad and The Rugby, Mike has since explained: “Louis, he just wanted to have fun.”
“And my two are always mischievous so it’s trying to keep the lid on. However, there was a lot of candy outside, so there was a real sugar high.”
He went on to say that Prince Louis’ excitement could well be due to the sweet treats he and the other royal children ate during the show.
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“However, there was a lot of candy outside, so there was a real sugar high,” he explained.
Mike also noted how difficult it was for the kids to stay quiet for so long.
“They’re all young… it’s a long time. But as any parent knows, you just do what has to be done,” he concluded.
https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/5518888/prince-louis-sugar-high-jubilee-celebrations/ Prince Louis was “on a real sugar high” after indulging in “lots of candy” at the anniversary celebrations, says Mike Tindall