The Duchess of Cambridge was spotted by royal fans blowing a quick kiss to her four-year-old son Prince Louis as he fooled around during the anniversary competition
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Kate Middleton can be seen lovingly blowing a kiss to four-year-old Prince Louis, who has entertained royal fans with his antics during the anniversary celebrations.
The troubled youngster won the hearts of viewers when he refused to stand at the ceremony, putting on a series of facial expressions over the long weekend.
The Queen appeared to be the first to be entertained by him as she stood next to him on the balcony of Buckingham Palace after Trooping the Color.
And fans were quick to recognize a tender moment with a video of Kate blowing a kiss to Louis while watching the anniversary contest on Sunday.
In the clip, Louis appeared to move to the music of the parade and looked over at his mother, who gave him a quick kiss.
Many took to social media to comment, with one user saying, “Catherine is an amazing mom.”
Another added: “Such a lovely sweet gesture.”
Kate’s parenting skills were admired after she was given the difficult task of keeping young children quiet for days during ceremonies.
That’s what lip-reading expert Jeremy Freeman said Daily Star what Kate said to Louis on the balcony as he waved his hands.
She said, “You have to.” Louis then replied “I don’t want to”.
Then he covered Kate’s mouth. But the Duchess of Cambridge explained to her son: “I said no hands…” Then she said to Louis “look” and pointed to the parade.
When he blew her a raspberry, she replied, “Stop it.”
Louis stood in his chair, waved his hands in the air, squirmed around and stuck his finger in his ear throughout the show.
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Then at one point he wandered over to his grandfather, Prince Charles, and sat on his lap.
Future king Prince Charles rocked the cheeky four-year-old as he sat on his knee as they watched the show.
But he was quickly reunited with his mother – and was seen getting back up in his chair for a better view.
Last Thursday, as the RAF flew past Buckingham Palace, fans were stunned by Louis’ reactions.
He was seen jumping for joy at the ad before covering his ears as the planes roared overhead, beginning four days of celebrations.
He then waved to the planes before turning to his great-grandmother, the Queen, for a question.
His mother seemed to be trying to calm him down with a few reassuring words.
“Prince Louis steals the show,” gushed one fan. “Prince Louis screaming and crying because the planes are too loud will undoubtedly be my favorite anniversary moment,” commented another.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/sweet-moment-kate-middleton-captured-27184681 Sweet moment Kate Middleton captured as she blew a kiss to her playful son Prince Louis