Prince George Responds To Prince Louis’ Platinum Jubilee Antics

Oh brother.

Prince William and Kate Middleton’s son, Prince George, was hilariously amused by the wild behavior of his younger brother, Prince Louis, during Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee Pageant on Sunday.

George, 8, was seen giggling and covering his eyes with his hands as Louis, 4, raised his arms to the sky and held up two peace signs with his fingers.

The eldest child of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge could hardly contain himself and turned to his father, who also seemed amused when the youngest of the couple slipped a few seats down the row.

While George seemed to get a kick out of Louis’s antics, their sister, Princess Charlotte, took it upon herself to try and get her younger brother to behave properly, but to no avail.

Charlotte, 7, was seen scolding Louis at the event after their mother struggled to behave the little royal.

A now viral video showed Louis putting his fist in his mouth before the young princess pulled his hand away from his face.

Charlotte had also intervened to prevent Louis from waving excessively at onlookers as they rode in a carriage with George, Middleton, 40, and Camilla Parker Bowles at Thursday’s Trooping the Color parade.

Prince Louis was acting crazy with his tongue out and arms in the air.
Louis stole the show with his crazy faces during the four days of events.
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Louis stole the show with his funny faces and wacky moves during the four days of festivities, so much so that photos of him inspired several viral memes. A photo of Louis screaming and covering his ears as he stood next to the 96-year-old queen also swept the internet with humorous captions.

Even his parents mocked their little one and shared some snaps from the weekend on social media with the caption, β€œWe all had an incredible time, especially Louis… πŸ‘€.”

Prince George laughs.
George seemed to giggle when his younger brother joked.
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George, third in line to the British throne, also needed some help from his sister during the celebrations. Charlotte was seen correcting her big brother’s posture as they watched Sunday’s election from the balcony of Buckingham Palace. But unlike Louis, George took his sister’s feedback.

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and their two children Archie, 3, and Lilibet, 1 were conspicuously absent from the Royal Family’s first balcony performance last Thursday.

Kate Middleton, Prince Louis, Princess Charlotte and Prince George at the Platinum Jubilee Pageant.
Princess Charlotte tried in vain to calm her younger brother.
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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were not expected to stand on the balcony or participate in any official capacity since they resigned from their royal functions in 2020.

Harry and Markle, who moved to California after leaving the Crown, visited the UK last week for the second time as a couple since leaving the country, marking Lilibet’s first time in her father’s home country.

As Vidak For Congress reported, the Queen met Lilibet for the first time during the trip. However, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, as well as their children, were not present.

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