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Prince Louis stole the show once again with by throwing a strop at Platinum Jubilee Pageant and the stern warning his mum Kate Middleton gave him has now been revealed by a lip reading expert.
The four-year-old royal sat between his sister, Princess Charlotte and mum Kate in the Royal Box outside Buckingham Palace as they joined the crowd to watch the colourful floats on Sunday (June 5).
Louis once again stole the show with some unruly moments and was seen pulling funny faces while his siblings, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, remained in their seats to watch the parade.
Lipreading expert Jeremy Freeman has now revealed the exchanges between the young royal and his mum which shows how she dealt with his tantrum.
According to Jeremy, the young royal appeared grumpy when Kate spotted him picking his nose and put his hand down.
Kate told Louis: "You have to."
"I don't want to," Louis answered before covering his mum's mouth and looking away to watch the carnival parade.
The 40-year-old mum-of-three quickly gave a word of warning to Louis, saying: "I said no hands…"
Then she pointed out the parade and asked her son to "look" before giving a small wave.
Louis, clearly not interested in the pageant, instead blew raspberries to his mum and stuck his tongue out at her.
"Stop doing that," Kate said while leaning forward to Louis, who eventually calmed down.
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The four-year-old's playful character was also seen on the first day of the Platinum Jubilee weekend where he asked the Queen a rather pressing question.
Jeremy revealed to Daily Star that Louis asked Her Majesty: "Are the Red Arrows coming?"
The Queen then looked at Louis and said: "I hope so."
- Prince Louis
- Kate Middleton Duchess Of Cambridge
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