On Saturday, June 17, this year’s Parade of the Colored Troops kicks off in Great Britain.
This was the premiere of King Charles (74) as king. However, it was someone else who got most of the attention.
The 74-year-old grandson of Prince Louis managed to steal the show once again.
The Little Prince is no stranger to attention, and is often a great entertainment for the audience with his playful antics and funny facial expressions.
During Saturday’s performance, the five-year-old was photographed holding his nose while sitting in a horse-drawn carriage.
The prince also seemed to imitate the pilots who flew over the castle with his hands outstretched and his face frowning.
Caroline Fagel, the royal house expert at Se og Hør, said earlier that royal children have to put up with a lot of boring things that most kids just can’t stand.
— like, say, waving for what seems like an unlimited amount of time or sitting nice and tidy watching more or less kid-friendly entertainment.
Louis also attracted a lot of attention during King Charles’ coronation earlier this year when he was photographed with a number of interesting facial expressions.
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