The proud Queen’s affectionate comment to Prince Louis on the balcony of Buckingham Palace was revealed by a lipreader

Four-year-old Prince Louis let people down after becoming a huge source of entertainment when his hilarious facial expressions captured the attention of millions

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Queen’s Jubilee: Prince Louis covers his ears while flying past

There was only one true star of the show – but the Queen didn’t seem to mind that Prince Louis also charmed the crowd yesterday.

A lipreader has revealed the Queen’s impressed comment to her grandson as they stood on the balcony of Buckingham Palace during their platinum anniversary celebrations.

He was seen making a range of facial expressions during the RAF flypast – from sheer delight to horror as the noisy planes roared overhead.

During the Red Arrows’ incredible display, he could be seen having an intense chat with his patient great-grandmother about the plane.

The Queen seemed entranced by the Cambridge children’s excitement as she pointed out planes and helicopters she thought they might be particularly excited about.

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The Queen chats with Prince Louis on the balcony



Seeing a fleet of helicopters fly over the palace, she said, “This is our Air Force. The Apaches.”

And a lip reader told that telegraph which the pair had apparently been talking about – and it seems the Queen was full of praise for his enthusiasm.

“Dad, look at these planes, they’re so big,” Prince George said, according to lip reader Kate Evans.

“Amazing,” added Princess Charlotte. And while the Duchess explained how the formation of planes had spelled the number ’70’, the Prince began counting intently on his fingers, while a proud Queen said: ‘That’s very clever, that must have taken a lot of practice.’

The youngest child of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge took a prime position alongside Her Majesty on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.

Prince Louis covers his ears during the RAF flypast where he stood alongside the Queen


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Lipreader Kate Evans said Prince Louis appeared to have asked his great-grandmother if there was more to come – while gushed about helicopters and planes.

To the delight of the huge crowds who had gathered to enjoy the celebrations, the Cambridge children were in high spirits as Princess Charlotte tussled with her cousin at the window.

The three are playing key roles in the Queen’s platinum anniversary celebrations – which they affectionately call “Gan-Gan”.

Previously, the smiling seven-year-old was seen putting her hand on four-year-old Louis’ arm to get him to stop waving.

And it seems Louis didn’t stop peppering his great-grandmother with questions yesterday as they stood together on the balcony.

The Queen will be watching the service at St Paul’s on TV from Windsor Castle.

She is expected to rest at her Berkshire residence after the busy start of the anniversary celebrations on Thursday.

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