Prince Louis at the Queen's Jubilee: Oops! Suddenly it got too loud for him

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Prince Louis at the Queen's Jubilee: Oops! Suddenly it got too loud for him
Prince Louis at the Queen's Jubilee: Oops! Suddenly it got too loud for him

Prince Louis, the youngest son of Prince William and Duchess Kate, had a very special place on his great-grandmother's day of honor. He stood right next to Queen Elizabeth II on the balcony of Buckingham Palace. So the little prince was often seen - including this wonderful moment when it got too loud for him.

Spectacular air show over London

It was the culmination of the kick-off to the Platine 70th celebrations. Jubilee of the Queen of the United Kingdom: The Great Air Show. The whole royal family gathered to watch the military parade, also known as Trooping The Colour. It is held every year on the Queen's birthday. On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the monarch, it was of course particularly spectacular: fighter jets even formed a flying 70 in the sky over London.

Of course, little Prince Louis was particularly amazed! He excitedly pointed to the sky several times. When some helicopters flew over the royal palace, the 4-year-old waved at them happily. On site in London, however, there must have been such a loud background noise from the planes flying by that Louis soon became too loud – as he unequivocally expressed.

Prince Louis caused some laughs


Even before that, the youngest son of William and Kate attracted attention with his wonderful manner. Even before the big moment on the palace balcony, the prince was traveling in a carriage with his siblings, Prince George and Princess Charlotte. The three young royals waved diligently to the watching crowds. Almost like the Queen.

But Louis provided a sweet eye-catcher there too. The waved namely quite briskly and quickly. He's just a kid. His big sister, Charlotte, still admonished her younger brother. Really cute moments on the Queen's big day!

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Queen Elizabeth II's 70th Jubilee will be celebrated over four days from 2nd to 5th June 2022. All information and current pictures of the birthday parade this Thursday can be found in our live ticker and of course also live on RTL on TV.

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