Prince Louis's mischievous behavior at the Queen's Jubilee celebrations
In recent days, the entire royal family has been the center of public attention, and one member has made a name for himself on social media with his sympathetic and mischievous behavior at the celebration.
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The four-day platinum jubilee celebration of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II is over. In recent days, the entire royal family has been the center of public attention, and one member has made a name for himself on social media with his sympathetic and mischievous behavior at the celebration.
Former rugby player Mike Tindall, the husband of Zara Phillips, granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth, has discovered the cause of Prince Louis 'mischievous behavior (4).In the podcast 'The Good, The Bad and The Rugby', he revealed that sugar is to blame for everything.
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'Louis, he just wanted to have fun. And my two daughters Mia and Lena are always naughty, so it was hard to keep them. There were also a lot of sweets out there.' The former rugby player sat right behind little Louis who was the biggest star of the jubilee. ' Louis is naughty and likes to joke, I would say typically a third child. It is nice that the world has seen him enjoy it,' he added.
Social networks heated up after videos that spread at the speed of light and caused an avalanche of comments, both negative and positive. Namely, Prince Louis was whitening, frowning, pointing his finger and constantly asking questions to Kate Middleton's mother and putting her fingers in her ears. When Kate explained to him that he should sit still, he put his hand over her mouth to silence her. He then decided to walk over to his grandfather, Prince Charles, and sit on his lap, with his grandfather rocking him from side to side.
But attention was also drawn to his older brother, Prince George, who, according to experts, 'showed the first signs of leadership'. His behavior was commented for the British Mirror by body language expert Judi James.
‘To this day, we have been able to see a boy who fully reflects his father’s self-confidence and even shows the first signs of some leadership skills. When the queen reached the royal lodge, George was the first to get to his feet and button his jacket before calling on his father to do the same. George stood proudly and solemnly next to his great-grandmother on the balcony, and he gave her a big bright smile when she talked to him, ' she said.