Prince Louis' Reaction To Red Arrows During Jubilee's Trooping The Colour Is Priceless
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You would think that with it being the Queen's big day that all eyes would be on her, but no. It looks like Prince Louis stole the show during today's celebrations. Just have a look at what he made of the occasion:
Thousands of spectators piled onto the Mall in London today (2 June) to watch the trooping the colour and mark the monarch's Platinum Jubilee at Buckingham Palace.
Liz was then joined by her family on the balcony as a succession of both modern and historic aircraft including a Spitfire and a Hurricane flew overhead.
But it was the Red Arrows that really made an impression, especially on little Louis.
It would seem that the prince really didn't enjoy their performance as much as the rest of the royals and the crowds below.
He was even seen covering his ears and grimacing at the noise created by the iconic squadron at one point.
Sharing a snap of the prince's reaction to Twitter, one user said: "Prince Louis is stealing the show on the balcony."
Another chipped in: "Prince Louis is a whole mood."
the noise proves a bit too much for Prince Louis 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 #queensplatinumjubilee pic.twitter.com/pu9I11J1M4— Openly Black (@OpenlyBlack_) June 2, 2022
The birth of a meme. #PrinceLouis #QueenElizabeth pic.twitter.com/YDylByvFhF— Lisa D (@doclsd) June 2, 2022
"Prince Louis was really tired when he appeared on the balcony bless him. Loved him turning to HMQ for a chat. She's great with the young ones," put a third.
While another added: "The noise proves a bit too much for Prince Louis."
But it's not just Louis who caught people's attention during the procession, viewers watching at home were also loving Seamus the dog, who joined guards this afternoon.
Viewers were welcoming the addition of the Wolfhound and have been raving about Seamus all over social media.
However, the reason why we're seeing the two-year-old dog is because the Irish Wolfhound happens to be the official regimental mascot of the Irish Guards.
As reported by Metro, Drummer Adam Walsh, Seamus’s handler, said its ‘a real privilege’ to be part of the march.
Walsh said: "When it comes to the day, it’s all going to pay off. A lot of the lads have bigger parts to play than me and Seamus, but me and him still need to get it all correct."
Although his performance wasn't exactly in sync with the other guards, viewers were absolutely loving him.
One user wrote: "Here he goes, Seamus the Irish Wolfhound! What a cutie!"
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