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Prince Louis , 4, steals show again on final day of Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee

Prince Louis of Cambridge 'thumb's his nose' and sticks his tongue out at his mother Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge as they attend the Platinum Pageant on The Mall on June 5, 2022, in London, England. (Photo by Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images) LONDON - Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee concluded on Sunday, a days-long celebration in honor of the monarch’s 70 years on the throne, but it was her great-grandson that stole the show. Prince Louis, 4, attended the Platinum Jubilee Pageant with his older siblings and parents, Prince William the Duchess of Cambridge, all seated together for the finale event outside Buckingham Palace.

Viewers couldn’t help but notice the youngest child’s silly expressions as the family took in the spectacle.Videos and photos showed Louis smiling and hugging his mother. At one point, he found a seat on the lap of his grandfather, Prince Charles. Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Louis of Cambridge watch the Platinum Jubilee Pageant from the Royal Box during the Platinum Jubilee Pageant on June 05, 2022 in London, England.

 (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images) And in perhaps the most shared moments of the event, Louis was seen holding up a hand up to his nose and sticking his tongue out at his mother, Kate Middleton. She, in turn, seemed to handle the relatable parenting moment with grace — similar to another silly moment with Louis on the first day of the Platinum Jubilee celebration. Prince Louis of Cambridge covers his mother Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge's mouth with his hand as they attend the Platinum Pageant on The Mall on June 5, 2022, in London, England.

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