Kate Middleton tries to restrain Prince Louis while he mocks her face

Prince Louis showed some non-royal behavior while watching the Platinum Jubilee Election on Sunday.

The four-year-old was caught putting his hand on his mother Kate Middleton’s mouth in a video that has since gone viral on social media.

When the Duchess of Cambridge (40) tried to politely stop him – no doubt through her teeth – the stormy guy made a make-up, stuck out his tongue and put his thumb on his nose as he moved the remaining fingers.

Louis also decided stood on a chair and seemed to throw away the pillow – when Kate made a wise decision to take a break for magic with her youngest.

Louis’ behavior even caught the attention of Mike Tindall, who is married to Prince William’s cousin Zara Tindall.

The retired rugby player jokingly told Louis to watch him (and no doubt expects him to be a good boy).

Prince Louis pulls his face away.
Louis may be a prince, but he is also a typical four-year-old, as he made clear on Sunday.
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The adorable young man also took the time to give his mother a big kiss and spend part of it sitting in the lap of Prince Charles’ grandfather.

It was certainly not the first time Louis had shown his cheerful spirit in public.

During the Trooping the Color ceremony on Thursday, he and his siblings, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, watched the procession through the palace windows. Louis stole the show with a lively greeting.

Prince Louis and Queen Elizabeth.
Louis pulled out many faces as he stood on the balcony of Buckingham Palace on Thursday.
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He then flew into the balcony as the royal family gathered to wave, rushing past his 96-year-old great-grandmother for the best viewing position. Louis was photographed pulling a multitude of animated faces including an overreaction to loud planes flying overhead, causing screaming, hands on ears, and closed eyes.

Lipreaders also analyzed that he succinctly told Charlotte to “move” while she was on the balcony.

Mike Tindall is joking with Prince Louis.
Big cousin Mike Tindall jokingly warned Louis to act.

Louis eventually joined his parents, siblings, Prince Charles, Camille Parker-Bowles and the Queen on the balcony of Buckingham Palace at the end of the Platinum Jubilee Choice – but this time Mom didn’t take the risk. The Duchess stood directly behind her son, who looked very much like her father, Michael Middleton, and restrained him as he moved forward.

“Six is ​​looking forward to many more cheeky moments from this royal thief scene.

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