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Had enough Louis? Expressive Prince AGAIN steals the show as four-year-old clenches his fists, puts his hands to his face, sticks out his tongue and silences his mother Kate in the royal box

  • Prince Louis proved another social media hit while watching the Platinum Jubilee Pageant in London
  • The four-year-old delighted the crowd on Thursday as he stood next to his great-grandmother The Queen
  • Today he proved just as entertaining when he responded to the fourth day of the platinum anniversary celebration
  • At times he was seen playing a snook, putting his hands in front of his face, silencing his mother and clenching fists
  • Latest Platinum Anniversary News as the Queen Celebrates 70 Years of Service

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After stealing the show from the royal balcony, Prince Louis showed his star power again today while watching the fourth day of the platinum anniversary celebrations.

The four-year-old delighted the crowd on Thursday as he stood next to his great-grandmother the Queen with his hands over his ears amid the roaring screams of the crowd.

Today, when he sat next to the Duchess of Cambridge in the royal box during the Platinum Pageant in London, he reacted to all the commotion with the same amazement.

Sometimes he was seen straining a snook, putting his hands in front of his face, silencing his mother, clenching his fists, joining his hands together as if in prayer and rising to his seat for a better view.

And of course, social media loved it when Abby posted on Twitter, “Prince Louis is iconic as always.”

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

And Canellecitadelle tweeted: ‘Prince Louis deserves his own meme section! I can’t see how expressive his face is!! I love you little animal!’

How to hit a snook! The prince made more than a few faces as he watched the procession from the royal box with his mother, the Duchess of Cambridge.

'Shush mother': He even put his hand over his mother's mouth at one point while watching the parade

‘Shush mother’: He even put his hand over his mother’s mouth at one point while watching the parade

Behind the little prince sat Mike Tindall who entertained the boy with funny faces to amuse him.

Behind the little prince sat Mike Tindall who entertained the boy with funny faces to amuse him.

What is happening?  The prince at one point got up in his chair to get a better look at the company below

What is happening? The prince at one point got up in his chair to get a better look at the company below

All fun and laughter: the prince seemed to be having a good time despite four long days of anniversary celebrations

All fun and laughter: the prince seemed to be having a good time despite four long days of anniversary celebrations

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

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

Belle added: ‘Love this photo of Mike Tindall teasing Prince Louis and making sure he behaves well for the Platinum Jubilee Pageant.’

Prince Louis at one point put his hands over his eyes as he watched the parade on the fourth holiday

Prince Louis at one point put his hands over his eyes as he watched the parade on the fourth holiday

Sleepy!  He was also seen rubbing his eyes as the procession made its way through The Mall

Sleepy! He was also seen rubbing his eyes as the procession made its way through The Mall

Hurrah!  The prince also clenched his fists as he looked in astonishment at all the fuss below

Hurrah! The prince also clenched his fists as he looked in astonishment at all the fuss below

Immediately to his left, the prince's two older siblings, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, sat next to their father, carving stately figures as they watched the trial.

Immediately to his left, the prince’s two older siblings, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, sat next to their father, carving stately figures as they watched the trial.

Cool as ice: The Duke of Cambridge and his two older children sat cool, calm and composed during the long procession in London

Cool as ice: The Duke of Cambridge and his two older children sat cool, calm and composed during the long procession in London

Immediately to his left, the prince’s two older siblings, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, sat next to their father, carving stately figures as they watched the trial.

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

Royal fans later hoped to catch a glimpse of the 96-year-old queen at Buckingham Palace, where the parade ends.

With the bells ringing in Westminster Abbey, a spectacular military parade with 200 horses kicked off the ceremony as they marched down the Mall to Buckingham Palace.

They flanked the golden state carriage, a gilded carriage that carried the Queen to her coronation 69 years ago.

The Queen did not participate in the pageant, although a virtual version of her, taken from archive videos of her coronation in 1953, was displayed in front of the carriage windows.

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