Expressive Prince Louis steals the show AGAIN while the four-year-old clenched his fists

After stealing the show on the Royal Balcony, Prince Louis once again showed off his star power today as he watched the fourth day of the platinum jubilee celebrations.

The four-year-old thrilled the audience on Thursday as he stood next to his great-grandmother the Queen with his hands covering his ears amid loud shouts from the public.

Today, as he sat next to the Duchess of Cambridge at the Royal Lodge at the Platinum Jubilee Choice in London, he reacted with similar astonishment to the crowd.

He was occasionally photographed snoring, putting his hands on his mother’s mouth, waving his arms in the air, and standing in his seat for a better view.

He later moved in with other relatives and sat on the lap of his grandfather, Prince Charles, who pointed to his glasses at the parade.

And of course, social media adored it – as Abby posted on Twitter: ‘Prince Louis is an icon as always.’

Belle added: “Prince Louis’s facial expressions are as legendary as ever.”

Canellecitadelle tweeted: ‘Prince Louis deserves his own meme section! I don’t know how expressive his face is !! I love you little bug! ‘

Cocking a snook!  The prince pulled out more than a few faces as he watched the election from the royal lodge with his mother, the Duchess of Cambridge

Cocking a snook! The prince pulled out more than a few faces as he watched the election from the royal lodge with his mother, the Duchess of Cambridge

'Shut up mother!'  At one point, he put his hand over his mother's mouth as he watched the election

‘Shut up mother!’ At one point, he put his hand over his mother’s mouth as he watched the election

Behind the little prince sat Mike Tindall entertaining the boy with funny faces to entertain him.

Behind the little prince sat Mike Tindall entertaining the boy with funny faces to entertain him.

What's happening?  The prince at one point got up to his seat to get a better view of the party downstairs

What’s happening? The prince at one point got up to his seat to get a better view of the party downstairs

Fun and smile: The prince seemed to be enjoying himself despite four long days of celebrating the jubilee

Fun and smile: The prince seemed to be enjoying himself despite four long days of celebrating the jubilee

Sitting in the Royal Box at the Platinum Jubilee Choice in London, Louis entered the spirit of fun at the celebration

Sitting in the Royal Box at the Platinum Jubilee Choice in London, Louis entered the spirit of fun at the celebration

Not to be outdone!  Louis' older brother, Prince George, also joined the act with a mischievous face

Not to be outdone! Louis’ older brother, Prince George, also joined the act with a mischievous face

Lots to see!  The children sat through a long procession exhibiting the British national treasure as they celebrated the Queen's platinum jubilee

Lots to see! The children sat through a long procession exhibiting the British national treasure as they celebrated the Queen’s platinum jubilee

Behind the little prince sat Mike Tindall who at one point entertained the boy with funny faces to entertain him.

Former English rugby player Tindall, who was sitting in the back row, gestured and showed him in his eyes to watch him, while Kate laughed at their interaction.

Liyah posted online: “Unfortunately for Prince Louis, he can’t be naughty because Mike will make sure he’s acting.”

Belle added: ‘I like this photo where Mike Tindall teases Prince Louis and makes sure he behaves well for the Platinum Jubilee Choice.’

Kate patted Louis on the shoulder before he got up from his seat and walked to his left.

The four-year-old prince then sat on the lap of his grandfather, Prince Charles, who rocked him from side to side.

He was then returned with his mother Kate.

Prince Louis joined his grandfather, who highlighted some of the spectacles on display at the parade

Prince Louis joined his grandfather, who highlighted some of the spectacles on display at the parade

Next to Louis's grandfather sat the Duchess of Cambridge, and the royal princess sat on the other side

Next to Louis’s grandfather sat the Duchess of Cambridge, and the royal princess sat on the other side

All the fun and games!  Prince entertained at Platinum Jubilee Choice sitting between his mother, Duchess of Cambridge and Princess Charlotte's sister

All the fun and games! Prince entertained at Platinum Jubilee Choice sitting between his mother, Duchess of Cambridge and Princess Charlotte’s sister

Princess Charlotte, Mia Tindall and Prince George sat together and watched the parade, and behind them was Mia's cousin Savannah Phillips

Princess Charlotte, Mia Tindall and Prince George sat together and watched the parade, and behind them was Mia’s cousin Savannah Phillips

Time to hug: The prince at one point caressed his mother during today's party

Time to hug: The prince at one point caressed his mother during today’s party

I'm getting tired!  The Prince hugged his mother as he watched the household cavalry lead the Gold State Coach along the road to Buckingham Palace

I’m getting tired! The Prince hugged his mother as he watched the household cavalry lead the Gold State Coach along the road to Buckingham Palace

The four-year-old prince then sat on the lap of his grandfather, Prince Charles, who rocked him from side to side.

The four-year-old prince then sat on the lap of his grandfather, Prince Charles, who rocked him from side to side.

Prince Louis at one point put his hands over his eyes as he watched the selection of the fourth day of the celebration

Prince Louis at one point put his hands over his eyes as he watched the selection of the fourth day of the celebration

Sleepy!  He was also seen rubbing his eyes as the procession meandered along the mall

Sleepy! He was also seen rubbing his eyes as the procession meandered along the mall

Hey!  The prince also clenched his fists as he looked upset because of all the crowds downstairs

Hey! The prince also clenched his fists as he looked upset because of all the crowds downstairs

Just to his left, two of the prince’s older siblings, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, sat close to their father and cut dignified figures as they watched the process.

Just to his left, two of the prince’s older siblings, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, sat close to their father and cut dignified figures as they watched the process.

As Prince George stood in the parade, reflecting on his father William, they both adjusted the fronts of their jackets at the same time

As Prince George stood in the parade, reflecting on his father William, they both adjusted the fronts of their jackets at the same time

After wandering off to greet his grandfather, Louis was spotted back next to his mother

After wandering off to greet his grandfather, Louis was spotted back next to his mother

Mia Tindall at one point in the concert sat in the lap of her father Mike, while Lena Tindall sat in the lap of her cousin Savannah Phillips.

Meanwhile, Princess Royal sat and clapped alongside Kool & The Gang’s Celebration.

The prince delighted royal fans by stealing the show on the balcony on Thursday after Trooping the Color.

He let out a roar and covered his ears during the flight, and his “Gan Gan” queen sweetly communicated with her great-grandson, bending down to talk to him and point to the planes.

Among others in the royal lodge was Princess Eugenie, who threw her little son Augustus on her lap.

The one-year-old was wearing a sweater with the Union flag on the front.

Immediately to his left, two of the prince’s older brothers and sisters, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, sat near their father and carved dignified figures as they watched the process.

As Prince George stood in the parade, looking at his father William, they both adjusted the front of their jackets at the same time.

Queen Elizabeth II shows up standing next to Prince Louis on the balcony of Buckingham Palace in London this afternoon

Queen Elizabeth II shows up standing next to Prince Louis on the balcony of Buckingham Palace in London this afternoon

The Queen smiles as Prince Louis covers his ears while flying over Buckingham Palace in London this afternoon

The Queen smiles as Prince Louis covers his ears while flying over Buckingham Palace in London this afternoon

He was also seen leaning his head on his arm for two and a half hours of the show.

The Prince of Wales stood up to receive greetings from the troops of the Household Department.

He nodded at the 42 units marching around the monument to Queen Victoria.

Other members of the royal family in the box are Princess Beatrice and Zara Tindall with the two oldest children of the Tyndalls, Mio and Lena.

A colorful street competition celebrating the life of Queen Elizabeth II and emphasizing Britain’s diversity marched through central London on Sunday, the last day of a long holiday weekend in honor of the monarch’s 70 years on the throne.

Royal fans hoped to see another look at the 96-year-old queen later at Buckingham Palace, where the parade ends.

With the ringing of bells in Westminster Abbey, a spectacular military parade with 200 horses began the ceremony as they marched through the mall to Buckingham Palace.

They followed the golden state chariot, the gilded chariot that transported the queen to the coronation 69 years ago.

The Queen did not take part in the election – although her virtual version, taken from an archival video from her coronation in 1953, was shown on the coach’s windows.

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