Platinum Jubilee: Prince Louis steals the show on the Queen’s big day

All celebrations are dedicated to the Queen, but little Prince Louis caught everyone’s attention on the balcony of Buck Palace.

Charming Prince Louis was seen jumping for joy after being struck by Red Arrows during the anniversary celebration.

The four-year-old young prince beamed and chatted with his great-grandmother the Queen as they watched the sensational show from the balcony of Buckingham Palace. Sun.

Her Majesty is celebrating her 70th birthday on the throne with a four-day celebration that began today with Trooping the Colour.

And she was delighted with Louis’ reaction – he was excitedly waiting for the spectacle in the sky.

Her Majesty, 96, beamed as she watched the celebration overhead, surrounded by her immediate family.

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Kate Middleton, 40, was spotted whispering into little Louis’ ear before he frantically waved overhead at the passing planes.

Prince Louis and his older sister Charlotte continued to playfully wave their hands while the rest of the royal family smiled at the adorable children.

The Queen pointed off into the distance before chatting again passionately with Louis, perhaps to turn his attention to the last RAF overflight.

But then the giggling Louis began to jump in place, despite the fact that his mother seemed to whisper soothing words to him.

The young prince then turned to his great-grandmother and asked her an animated question as she gazed adoringly at the four-year-old child.

Louis and Princess Charlotte then grabbed their ears and covered them as booming noises swept overhead.

And as a group of red arrows flew past, Louis’ jaw seemed to drop as the prince turned back to the queen in bewilderment at the amazing sight before waving to the approaching planes.

The Queen was joined by senior members of the royal family, including Prince Charles, Prince William and Kate Middleton, for a breathtaking RAF flight.

The sunny sky turned red, white and blue after a spectacular display of red arrows as 71 planes flew over London.

Prince Andrew, Prince Harry and Meghan have all been conspicuously absent since Her Majesty limited the lineup to working members of the royal family.

But the couple were given the best seats to watch the big event after they arrived from the US on Saturday.

It is not clear if children Archie, 3, and Lilibet, 1, who were traveling with their parents, are present.

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It comes after thousands of royal fans thronged the mall decked out with the Union Jack flag for Trooping the Color to mark the platinum anniversary.

This morning, a whopping 1,200 officers and men from the Economic Division took part in the birthday parade.

The exhibition marked the first event of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee weekend.

Mounted troops from the 1st Battalion and the Irish Guards joined 400 musicians and 240 horses in the Horse Guards parade.

The story appeared in Sun as reproduced with permission.

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