"Sugar Shock": That's why Prince Louis was hard to tame at the throne anniversary

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"Sugar Shock": That's why Prince Louis was hard to tame at the throne anniversary
"Sugar Shock": That's why Prince Louis was hard to tame at the throne anniversary
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The Platinum Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II was celebrated in Great Britain from Thursday to Sunday. Rugby star Mike Tindall, who is married to Princess Anne's daughter Zara Tindall, has now looked back at the celebrations on his podcast The Good, The Bad & the Rugby. He also spoke about Prince Louis, who caused enthusiasm around the world at the anniversary with his faxes and wild grimaces. Mike has an inkling of what could have been one of the reasons.

Reading tip: Duchess Kate had her hands full: Pinz Louis' funny faxing show at the Queen's Jubilee Parade.

Mike Tindall: "Louis just wanted to have fun"

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Prince Louis turned heads at both Thursday's Trooping the Color parade and Sunday's pageant. The four-year-old was almost untamable. Mike Tindall, who sat behind the lively little prince at the anniversary pageant with his two daughters Mia and Lena, reveals that even royal parents don't always have it easy. "Louis just wanted to have fun. And my two are sly old dogs too. You try to keep everything under control somehow." This also included "a lot of sweets": "So there was a real sugar shock."

The father of three explained about the little guests: "It's hard for them. They're all young. They have to sit still for a long time. All parents know that you do what has to be done."

Kate and William took their youngest boy's bullshit with humour

Duchess Kate and Prince William had already humorously commented on their youngest son's faxes on Instagram. "We all had an incredible time. Louis especially," the royals joked in a post.

Despite the stress of parents, Kate and William draw a positive conclusion from the last few days: "What a fantastic weekend of celebrations. To see people across the country come together with family, friends and loved ones was very special. Thanks to everyone who has shown their gratitude to the Queen for 70 years on the throne. We hope you had a weekend to remember." We had. And Prince Louis' funny faxing show will certainly not be forgotten in a hurry either.

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