Young and unruly royal Prince Louis had a cute moment shared with grandfather Prince Charles during the Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
Louis, four, was spotted in an adorable moment where he asked if he could sit on the Prince of Wales' knee during the celebratory pageant for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.
Prince Louis had his fair share of moments across the Jubilee event, with one royal lip reader weighing in on his apparent request to sit with "pa" Prince Charles during the pageantry.
A calmer looking Louis had asked to sit with his grandfather, according to an expert lip reader who has studied the adorable moment.
Expert lipreader Juliet Sullivan revealed that Louis had asked Kate Middleton for "pa," and indicated that he had wanted to see his grandfather during the event.
Footage of the event showcased Prince William leaning across Camilla Parker Bowles and asking his father Charles: "Grandpa, can Louis sit on your knee?"
The Prince of Wales and future King of England replies "of course," to which the Duke of Cambridge responds with a "thank you".
The four-year-old Prince was then spotted taking a seat on Prince Charles' lap in a moment many Royal Family fans will have found adorable.
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Louis, the youngest son of Kate Middleton and Prince Harry, stole the show more than a handful of times over the Platinum Jubilee weekend.
Fans spotted the four-year-old covering his eyes at the pageantry and his ears just days before when jets flew over Buckingham Palace during the Trooping the Colour.
Daily Star reported that it was not all smiles for young Louis though, who was chastised by his mum for throwing a tantrum during the pageantry service.
Louis has wowed Royal Family fans with his star power over the long weekend, spending four days at the forefront alongside other members of the Royal Family, Daily Mail reported.
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