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As Platinum Jubilee celebrations roll out for the rest of this week, the entire royal family is revving up to celebrate Queen Elizabeth's historic 70-year reign—but not everyone seems too thrilled about it.
Namely, Prince Louis appeared today on the balcony at Buckingham Palace following the close of the Trooping the Colour parade, where he was photographed acting seemingly disgruntled with the loud noises emitted from the Royal Air Force's special flypast. Twitter quickly took notice of his typical toddler behavior and gushed over his relatable facial expressions.
"Most days we are all Prince Louis," one user tweeted, captioning a photo of the little prince scrunching his face up as he covered his ears.
Most days we are all Prince Louis. pic.twitter.com/ubOTYb4c0w
— Amanda Stein (@amandacstein) June 2, 2022
prince louis is over the platinum jubilee
i can relate pic.twitter.com/cuLeFw0eIV
— ian bremmer (@ianbremmer) June 2, 2022
Prince Louis is the only royal id like to see land a Netflix deal pic.twitter.com/KjYgN1DLYq
— Michelle Collins (@michcoll) June 2, 2022
— Elliot Gonzalez (@elliot_gonzalez) June 2, 2022
Prince Louis’ expressions were absolutely priceless today😭💙 pic.twitter.com/LQ2SnJ4OjJ
— Belle (@RoyallyBelle_) June 2, 2022
Aw prince Louis, definitely being boss baby. pic.twitter.com/OzoAEE0t5J
— Annie_ 21 (@fairyunicorn24) June 2, 2022
In spite of the less than pleasing aircraft show, Louis still seemed to be in good spirits when cameras captured him having an adorable conversation with his great-grandmother, the Queen.
— Royal Central (@RoyalCentral) June 2, 2022
During the traditional balcony appearance, Louis stood alongside his older siblings, Prince George and Prince Charlotte, as well as his parents, Duchess Kate and Prince William. Other working members of the royal family who were also present included Prince Charles, Duchess Camilla, Vice Admiral Timothy Laurence, Princess Anne, and Countess Sophie.
This year marks the first time that the Cambridges have attended the monarch's annual birthday parade since 2019. For the past two years, the event had been modified into a smaller, scaled-down affair due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
More Platinum Jubilee festivities will run from today, Thursday, until June 5, Sunday, including a National Service of Thanksgiving and a Platinum Pageant.
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