Prince Louis delighted royal fans yet again today by pulling faces at his siblings and plugging his ears while celebrating Trooping the Colour.
The five-year-old was in top form as he rode to Horse Guards Parade in a carriage with Prince George, nine, and Princess Charlotte, eight, on Saturday.
They were joined by the Princess of Wales and Queen Camilla, but that didn’t stop Louis from having his usual antics at the King’s birthday parade.
At one point, Wales’ youngest child covered his nose and mouth in an apparent sneezing attack, while later broke into a passionate dance on the balcony of the palace in Buckingham.
Louis – who turned five on St. George’s Day on April 23 – is a favorite among royal watchers thanks to his enthusiasm – and cheeky antics – during public appearances.
Today was no different, and the young royal was spotted pulling faces at his siblings.
Lively: Prince Louis (centre) often steals the show at public events, and today was no different as he was pictured pulling faces
In another image, the five-year-old can be seen grimacing as he looks out of the car – the snap will delight royal watchers
The young royal has become a favorite among royal watchers thanks to his adorable and funny antics
Prince Louis gasps as a flypast continues over the balcony of Buckingham Palace
In one photo, Louis can be seen holding his nose, as he sits in the car alongside his siblings.
Meanwhile, his older sister, Princess Charlotte, seemed unfazed by her brother’s fiery behavior.
She is also unfazed in other photos, which show the younger sibling grimacing as he looks out of the car.
The royal party traveled amidst a mounted Sovereign’s escort formed by troops from the Life Guards of the Household Cavalry and the Blues and Royals.
Prince Louis (pictured) was pictured covering his ears against noise during the flypast today
Five-year-old Prince Louis broke into a passionate dance on the balcony of Buckingham Palace
The lively five-year-old was accompanied by his older siblings Prince George and Princess Charlotte, as well as his mother, Princess of Wales, and Queen Camilla.
Little Louis also returned a royal salute to onlookers who had gathered in London
George, Charlotte and Louis then joined other senior royals on the balcony of Buckingham Palace for a flypast – after a set for the king’s coronation was cut in May.
Footage from the balcony also shows Louis engaging his fun side, as he covers his ears at one point to block out loud noises.
Meanwhile, another photograph taken during the flypast shows the prince stretching out his arms in a funny pose.
Some 70 aircraft from the Royal Navy, British Army and Royal Air Force took part in the display, which was expected to last around six minutes.
The Ministry of Defense (MoD) said today’s plane will take off from 15 locations across the UK before meeting in south east England and flying over London.
Louis – who turned five on St George’s Day on April 23 – is a favorite among royal watchers, thanks to his enthusiasm at public appearances
The three royal children traveled in a carriage with their mother and Queen Camilla
At one point Louis was seen pointing at something he had spotted in the sky
The event ended with a show of red, white and blue from the Red Arrows pilots.
The siblings seemed to be neatly coordinated for the day when it came to their outfits.
Princess Charlotte, eight, wore a white dress with red detailing, while her hair was pulled back in intricate braids that met in a low bun.
His brothers George, nine, and Louis, five, wore matching navy suits, white shirts and red ties – with their hair neatly combed to the side.
The royal children waved to those waiting on The Mall as they traveled today