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William, Kates son Prince Louis, 4, steals the show at Platinum Jubilee

Queen Elizabeth II was supposed to be the star of her Platinum Jubilee — but all eyes were on her great-grandson.

Prince William and Kate Middleton’s 4-year-old son, Prince Louis, made an adorable arrival at Thursday’s Trooping the Colour parade, wearing his dad’s hand-me-down sailor outfit from the same event in 1985.

The little one greeted the crowd from a carriage with brother Prince George, 8, and sister Princess Charlotte, 7, as well as mom Middleton, 40, and step-grandmother Camilla Parker Bowles.

The mini royals waved at onlookers who joined them in celebrating the Queen’s historic 70 years of service. When Charlotte took a break from greeting them, she also put Louis’ hand down in a sweet big sister moment.

The siblings then joined their parents in Buckingham Palace.

Before making their official balcony appearance, George, Charlotte and Louis looked at the procession through the windows. Louis stole the show with a salute.

William, 39, and Kate’s youngest subsequently stood beside the Queen, 96, during the royal family’s balcony moment.

Louis was hilariously photographed reacting to the loud airplanes flying overhead with his mouth open and his eyes squeezed shut. He appeared to scream with his hands over both ears.

The little one was born in April 2018 and has been making headlines for his adorable antics ever since.

At the 2019 Trooping the Colour event, the then-1-year-old waved at the crowds through the window and from his mom’s arms. At the time, Louis sported a similar outfit to one that his uncle Prince Harry wore in 1986.


Louis screamed during the Trooping the Colour flypast.

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Louis screamed during the Trooping the Colour flypast.

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Louis screamed during the Trooping the Colour flypast.

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