During Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee festivities, all eyes were on Prince Louis, who stole the show from his great-grandmother with his antics. The British Super Nanny, Jo Frost wanted to give her opinion on this attitude.
Prince Louis put on a show during Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee
Prince Louis’ antics caused hilarity and melted the hearts of the whole world
Even British Super Nanny star Jo Frost reacted, revealing her feelings about Prince Louis’ behavior and the reaction of his parents, Kate Middleton and Prince William
Prince Louis stole the show from his great-grandmother. From June 2 to 5, the British celebrated the queen’s platinum jubilee, or the 70 years of reign of Elizabeth II. But this one was eclipsed by Prince Louisthe last born of Prince William and Kate Middleton. The 4-year-old little guy caused a stir, amusing the whole world. In question ? His multitude of grimaces. George and Charlotte’s little brother has been turbulent to say the least. Thus, we saw him sulking, gesticulating in all directions, shouting with joy or on the contrary with annoyance, plugging his ears when planes passed, chatting for a long time with Elizabeth II on the balcony during Trooping the Color and even putting his hand on his mother’s lips to make her stop calling him to order. At four years old and despite his status, Prince Louis struggles to stay in place. And this, to the delight of observers who feasted on the pictures and videos of the boy.
After being awkward in waving to the crowd, little Louis has chained nonsense. So much so that his grandfather Prince Charles and Mike Tindall intervened to try to calm him down, in vain. A little boy full of life who also amused his own parents, who probably had a hard time hiding their outbursts of laughter. So much so that they even winked at their youngest during an Instagram post in which they thanked the public for their support. “We all had an amazing time, especially Louis“, confessed in a burst of laughter Kate Middleton and Prince William. But the toddler’s behavior also caught the attention of Jo Frostthe star of Super Nanny British.
What Britain’s Super Nanny says about Prince Louis’ attitude
While the magazine Hello shared a short video of Prince Louis’ antics on his Instagram account, Jo Frost couldn’t resist giving her expert opinion. She believes that “Prince Louis has done remarkably well, considering his young age“, recalling that despite the fact that the whole world expects a lot from members of the royal family, It is “a child like any other“. Of his “professional opinion“, Jo Frost assures that Prince Louis is a “extremely sensitive child“. So faced with this long day, he could allow himself a few moments of relaxation and laughter. Jo Frost was also keen to Say hello to Prince Louis’ parents, Kate Middleton and Prince William. “The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are a prime example. Catherine is never afraid to tell the kids to stop [leurs bêtises, ndlr] in public, I love it about her“, she writes.
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Kate Middleton and Prince Louis Thus, we saw Prince Louis sulking, gesticulating in all directions, shouting with joy or on the contrary with annoyance, plugging his ears when planes passed, chatting at length with Elizabeth II on the balcony during Trooping the Color
Kate Middleton and Prince Louis Jo Frost thus believes that “Prince Louis has behaved remarkably well, given his young age”, recalling that despite the fact that the whole world expects a lot from members of the royal family, he is “a child like any other ”
Kate Middleton, Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte “The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are a great example. Catherine is never afraid to tell children to stop [leurs bêtises, ndlr] in public, I love that about her,” writes Jo Frost.
Prince Louis of Cambridge No doubt Prince Louis took his cue from his siblings Prince George and Princess Charlotte
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