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Prince Louis he is not the only social media star within the British royal family.
His older sister, Princess Charlotte, also went viral on Tuesday after Queen Elizabeth’s platinum jubilee, which ended on Sunday. The festivities, which lasted four days, marked the 70th anniversary of the reigning monarch on the throne.
During the Platinum Jubilee finale on Sunday, the Queen, 96, stood on the balcony of Buckingham Palace with Prince Charles, Camille, Duchess of Cornwall, Prince William, Kate Middleton and their children, Prince George (8), Charlotte (7) and Lewis. 4.
While the national anthem “God Save the Queen” was playing, George put his hand on the balcony platform. Charlotte was spotted gently pushing her older brother by the arm and telling him to improve his posture.
Without hesitation, George straightened quickly by standing up straight and placing his hands beside him.
George, the Queen’s great-grandson, is third in line after his father William (39) and grandfather Charles (73). Charlotte is fourth in line.
This was not the only time Charlotte took care of her brothers during the celebration.
During the Trooping the Color parade, Luis enthusiastically waved to the audience before Charlotte tried to stop him. And during Sunday’s election, Louis tried to casually put his feet in Charlotte’s lap. But the princess, who was fed up with his antics, immediately pushed her younger brother away before she calmly watched the show.
It is estimated that the organization of the royal election cost up to 18 million dollars. It is the Queen’s fourth since becoming monarch in February 1952 after the death of her father, King George VI. The first royal election was held in honor of George III in 1809, which celebrated 50 years of his reign.
Elizabeth was the first British monarch to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.