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“Prince Louis wasn’t a spoiled brat, he was the outstanding star of Platinum Jubilee” – Vikki White

Vikki White argues the Duchess of Cambridge rose to the challenge when her four-year-old son Prince Louis threw a wobbler at the Platinum Jubilee concert – and Prince Louis stole the show

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Queen’s Jubilee: Prince Louis blows raspberry on Kate Middleton

It’s every parent’s worst nightmare — trying to contain your grumpy preschooler while the world’s turned on you.

Luckily, the Duchess of Cambridge rose to the challenge when her youngest son Louis, aged four, threw a wobbler at the long weekend of his great-grandmother’s platinum anniversary celebrations.

The mischievous prince was seen putting his hand on his mother’s mouth to silence her, sticking out his tongue and blowing a raspberry during the Platinum Party at the Palace concert.

A week later, we’re still debating whether Louis should have acted this way — and whether Kate was right in reacting.

“A spoiled brat or just a normal four year old?” asked the New York Post, while plenty of posters on social media naturally insisted their kids had NEVER behaved like this.







The mischievous Prince Louis was seen silencing his mother, sticking his tongue out and blowing a raspberry during the Platinum Party at the Palace concert
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Well my preschooler certainly would have done it and I think Kate did it brilliantly.

Our queen-to-be remained perfectly poised under the pressure, only a toss of her hair to suggest she might be feeling a little weary as she quietly but firmly rebuked her son.

As one Mumsnet user put it, “Bet she poured herself the greatest gin ever after going through that”.

The thought of putting my daughter – who rivals Louis in terms of her “temperament” – in a similar situation brings me to a cold sweat.

A public tantrum at the supermarket is bad enough when only a few viewers are judging my parenting skills.







The Duchess of Cambridge seemed to laugh at the four-year-old’s spirited antics
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Even the most perfect preschooler has a turning point, and a bad combination of tiredness, boredom, and – as Uncle Mike Tindall revealed – lots of saccharine candy backstage meant Louis had just had enough.

But don’t worry because the adorable prince was a standout star of the Platinum Jubilee.

Appearing like a cheeky four-year-old with lots of personality, he roared along when he saw a lion costume on stage and once slammed his grandfather Prince Charles’ knee for a soothing cuddle that had viewers chanting a collective “Ahhh ” accept. .

As the debate continued this week, supernanny Jo Frost spoke out in defense of the four-year-old, saying: “I think little Prince Louis has behaved remarkably well all weekend with much spectacular fanfare.”

“With all the sitting, watching and organizing, most kids can’t sit in their chairs at the dining table for more than 15 minutes,” the parenting expert reminds us.

Kate and William lightheartedly acknowledged the excitement, releasing a statement about how much they enjoyed the celebrations, which ended with, “We all had an incredible time, especially Louis…”.

The prince was having a great time – just as we were watching him.

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