Prince Louis steals show again ‘playing drums’ on balcony

Prince Louis was filmed hilariously pretending to drum as he appeared to show some boredom whilst stood on the balcony at Buckingham Palace. He joined King Charles and Queen Camilla as they waved to well-wishers following their crowning at Westminster Abbey this morning. Louis stood next to his sister Princess Charlotte and parents the Prince and Princess of Wales during the fly-past.

Prince Louis is known for his hilarious facial expressions, previously holding his ears as the Red Arrows flew over Buckingham Palace during the late Queen’s Jubilee celebrations.

Louis, who is now five, is the youngest child of Prince William and Kate.

During his grandfather’s Coronation at Westminster Abbey, he was also filmed yawning several times as he sat through the lengthy ceremony.

He held Princess Charlotte’s hand as he entered the Abbey ahead of the long day of appearances.

Louis joined his older siblings Prince George, nine, and Charlotte, eight, in the Diamond Jubilee State Coach after the ceremony.

The three youngsters rode in procession from Westminster Abbey to Buckingham Palace.

The family of five were spotted smiling and waving as they travelled in the procession, with thousands of Brits lining the streets during the historic event.

Louis was seen happily chanting and waving as the carriage passed the chanting crowds.

The Red Arrows flypast for the Coronation was scaled down due to poor weather conditions.

It consisted of the famous Red Arrows and helicopters after cloudy and rainy conditions.

The King is expected to host a post Coronation lunch following the celebrations at Buckingham Palace which is thought to be attended by a number of key royals.

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