Prince Louis steals the show at Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee flyover

Over the past few years, the royal family has been on every tabloid, ranging from Prince Harry and Meghan leaving the royal family,  Camilla redesigning Diana’s ring, the death of Prince Phillip, and the allegations against Prince Andrew.

There is always a drama going on in the background, there’s no dull year for the royal family.

It’s been a turbulent year for the Queen considering her age and at the age of 96 one can say she’s doing great and has managed every situation.

Queen Elizabeth is the most popular and longest-reigning monarch and according to what we are hearing father’s time is catching up with her.

Recently the country gathered to celebrate the longevity of the Queen. She has been on the throne for seven decades and her family members and the country were there to celebrate with her.

Prince Harry and his family had to fly in from California to witness such a great moment, even Princess Anne and Prince Edward, as well as the children of Prince William, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and young Prince Louis were all in attendance.

Queen Elizabeth went on to reduce the number of royals that will be standing with her on the famous balcony of Buckingham Palace.

Prince Louis is four years old and the son of Prince William and Kate Middleton. He offered some meme-worthy pictures during the occasion and it was more iconic as he was standing beside the Queen.

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He was explaining how he felt with his facial expressions and for a four-year-old, it’s quite understandable; standing on the balcony and during the Platinum Jubilee flyover was not what he expected and as part of the royal family he ought to be there.

“As a parent of a four-year-old not in line to the throne. Prince Louis, we see you and we understand you,” said the former White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki.

While the planes were flying overhead in recognition of Queen Elizabeth’s monolithic contribution to her country,  Prince Louis was seen waving to the planes to the amusement of the viewers. There’s always something to make your day on the Internet.

The brood of Prince William and Kate Middleton is the next generation of the British Royal family and it seems they are being groomed for the task ahead.

Queen Elizabeth II with two corgi dogs at her home at 145 Piccadilly, London, July 1936. (Photo by Lisa Sheridan/Studio Lisa/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

We are happy that Queen Elizabeth honored her Platinum Jubilee celebration. Long live the Queen.

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