ALL eyes were on the royal family yesterday at King Charles' coronation, and Prince Louis certainly stole the show on a number of occasions.
Royal fans were particularly delighted when the five-year-old tot was seen on the Buckingham Palace balcony, and appeared to have developed his very own royal wave.
As the royals watched the flypast and the Red Arrows turning the grey sky red, white and blue, Prince Louis waved to the crowds.
After banging his fists on the balcony, the not-smiling prince waved his hands slowly like window wipers.
One fan gushed: “What an icon.”
Another added: “Hahaha, Prince Louis’ official royal wave.”
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The cheeky youngster, five, playfully messed around in front of thousands as the Firm braved the rainy conditions.
Louis behaved all day before giving the UK and the world a glimpse of his much-loved mischievous side.
Louis and George seemed to be enjoying themselves as they stood next to their sister Charlotte, and parents Prince William and Princess Kate.
Charles and Camilla also treated fans to a second, solo appearance – sending crowds into a frenzy once more.
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But Prince Harry was missing after heading straight to the airport to fly back home to Meghan Markle.
Louis, who only turned five two weeks ago, sat in the front row at Westminster Abbey with Charlotte, eight, and their parents.
Louis was seen pulling cheeky faces outside the church before the historic ceremony began.
Charlotte then took his hand to guide him through the church to their seats.
Once they sat Louis was seen asking his sister some very important questions as he was seen pointing to the Abbey's ceiling.
However, he then vanished from view as the long ceremony progressed.
It saw viewers take to social media commenting that young Louis had "disappeared", with many wondering where he had gone off to.
But after taking a short break he reappeared back with his family.
Louis, who stole the show with his cheeky antics at the Platinum Jubilee a year ago, was also seen in a carriage waving to crowds on the 1.3-mile Coronation Procession from Westminster Abbey back to Buckingham Palace.
He once again travelled with the Prince and Princess of Wales, Prince George and Princess Charlotte in the carriage behind the Gold State Coach of the King and Queen.
Kate was asked whether she thought her youngest would behave today.
She told fans: "I hope so! You never quite know with him!"
Prince George travelled with other Pages of Honour from Buckingham Palace.
The nine-year-old is the youngest ever future king to have a ceremonial role at a coronation, as he appears as one of the King’s Pages of Honour.
All three children have been practising this week, including a full rehearsal at Westminster Abbey on Wednesday.
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Charlotte and the Princess of Wales were dressed in matching outfits complete with silver crowns.
The pair wore Alexander McQueen dresses in ivory silk crepe with silver bullion and thread work embroidery featuring rose, thistle, daffodil and shamrock motifs.
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