It was just cute.
Prince Louis stole the show during Thursday’s Queens Jubilee transfer after he was spotted adorably covering his ears alongside the Queen – among other cute antics – as planes soared over Buckingham Palace.
The 4-year-old’s adorable display came after the youngest son of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined his family on the famous balcony during the anniversary flypast, amid much cheering from the crowd in the Mall. They were there to watch Britain’s Royal Air Force planes thunder overhead to kick off four days of Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
Subsequent photos show the hilarious king in his sailor suit wincing hilariously and covering his ears to block out the deafening noise of the RAF jets.
This comes after Louis was spotted waving to the planes and even chatting with his great-grandmother the Queen, 96. At one point, Her Majesty even bent down to speak to the little prince, who looked up and listened intently to her every word. Also in attendance were Prince Louis’ siblings Prince George, 8, and Princess Charlotte, 7, and their parents, Prince William, 39, and Kate Middleton, 40.
Earlier, Princess Charlotte was seen trying to restrain four-year-old Louis as he enthusiastically waved from the Horse Guards window during the Trooping the Color parade.
Needless to say, social media viewers were smitten with the cheeky little prince’s behavior.
“Prince Louis is a whole mood next to the Queen when the planes fly by” gushed one fan on Twitter.
In the meantime, Comedian Michele Collins tweeted, “Prince Louis is the only royal ID who would be happy to land a Netflix deal.”
The Platinum Jubilee marks Her Majesty’s 70th anniversary on the throne – a great tribute to the longest-serving monarch. The UK will host several activities for royal supporters and their famous family to celebrate.
Britain’s BBC is partnering with ABC to broadcast all events in America, while other US news networks, including NBC, will also cover the celebrations. Check out the Post’s handy guide to see the four-day celebration in its entirety.