Supernanny Jo Frost has opened up about how Kate Middleton dealt with cheeky Prince Louis

Cheeky Prince Louis stole the hearts of the nation during the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee weekend and now Supernanny star Jo Frost has shared her opinion on Kate Middleton’s parenting skills

Prince Louis alongside his mother Kate Middleton on the balcony of Buckingham Palace watching the RAF fly by
Prince Louis alongside his mother Kate Middleton on the balcony of Buckingham Palace watching the RAF fly by

Supernanny star Jo Frost has revealed what she thought of how Kate Middleton treated cheeky Prince Louis during the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

Four-year-old Prince Louis entertained the nation all weekend with his hilarious reactions at events including the RAF flypast and the Sunday competition.

Once the boy covered his mother’s mouth when she tried to speak to him, shook his finger and blew her a raspberry. This is reported by the Manchester Evening News.

Kate, 40, was seen keeping a close eye on her youngest son during the weekend’s celebrations – but that didn’t stop the cheeky four-year-old from pulling a series of facial expressions.

At one point, the prince was seen thumbing his own nose up and wandering over during the pageant show to sit on Prince Charles’ lap after becoming restless.

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Supernanny star Jo Frost praised Kate for what she did to Prince Louis


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He previously had a cheeky encounter with Mike Tindall, who jokingly warned the four-year-old to behave. The young prince, four years old, was also seen dancing enthusiastically before pausing to eat a chocolate chip cookie.

While Prince Louis’ actions stole the nation’s hearts, they also caught the attention of Supernanny star Jo Frost.

The parenting guru commented on a video of the prince misbehaving posted to Hello! Magazine’s Instagram page.

Praising Kate, she said: “I love how mum addresses Prince Louis in public who needs to listen and do his thing [sic] said.”

But not everyone took her comment well.

“He’s been listening for days and doing what he’s told!” said one. “He’s a 4 year old, not a prop!!!”

Supernanny star Jo Frost says how the Duchess of Cambridge treated Prince Louis


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Another added: “He is a 4 year old boy who has been in a suit for 4 days and has been told to do as he is told. He’s probably bored to death too… I think the little fella did just fine if you ask me! !”

Hundreds of people commented on the Instagram post, with many praising the boy and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

One said: “This is hysterical and Kate is handling it perfectly!!!!! It’s been a long and busy four days of celebrations… Kudos to W&K for doing this incredibly well and with three kids too!!”

Prince Louis not only stole the show during the pageant but also during Trooping The Color after becoming smitten with the Red Arrows.

He was photographed chatting to his great-grandmother, the Queen, as they watched from the balcony of Buckingham Palace.

Taking to social media, one royal fan wrote: “Oh my god!!!! I can not!! Cuteness overload!! Prince Louis is so damn gorgeous!”

Another wrote: “Prince Louis once again steals the show.”

A third added: “This kid is a joy to look at (probably a handful of parents!) but what a super little character he seems to be!”

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