On the first day of Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee festivities, the monarch appeared on the balcony of Buckingham Palace surrounded by her family. By his side was notably his great-grandson, Prince Louis, who made a very noticeable passage in front of the crowd. The young boy also took the opportunity to ask the monarch a little question.
Elizabeth II’s platinum jubilee kicked off this Thursday, June 2
The Queen attended the Trooping the Color parade, before appearing on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, surrounded by her family
At his side was his great-grandson, Prince Louis, who stood out for his behavior
The little boy also had a bonding moment with the Queen when he asked her a question
This Thursday, June 2, thousands of people had gathered in the streets of London for the first day of the festivities of the platinum jubilee ofElizabeth II. The crowd was able to attend the traditional Trooping the Color parade. The British sovereign is then appeared on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, surrounded by several members of her family. But the star of that day was ultimately the Prince Louis, who attracted all eyes because of his behavior.
The son of Prince William and Kate Middleton amused the millions of followers when he greeted the crowd for a long time. The four-year-old boy then chained the grimaces alongside the queen, who sketched a few smiles at the behavior of his great-grandson. The 96-year-old monarch even chatted with the young Louis when the latter asked her a very cute question.
Moment of complicity between Prince Louis and Elizabeth II
As revealed by a lip-reading expert asked by the Mirror to decipher their conversation, Prince Louis asked Elizabeth II if“the Red Arrows were coming”. The Red Arrows are the aerobatic patrol of the Royal Air Force, famous for their characteristic red colour. Following his question, the sovereign replied: “I hope”. And a few minutes later, the planes finally appeared in the sky, before the little boy burst into joy. “Yes Yes Yes !”he shouted, before looking at his great-grandmother, who simply said: “That’s it”. A tender moment of complicity between two generations, which did not fail to move the fans.
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