The royal photographer reveals the ‘struggle’ of snapping cheeky Prince Louis during the anniversary

The four-year-old provided plenty of adorable moments to capture, from waving excitedly and pulling funny faces, to keeping mum Kate silent and kissing her cheek during the celebrations

Prince Louis wowed crowds unsure of what he would do next
Prince Louis wowed crowds unsure of what he would do next

Prince Louis stole the heart of the nation with his mischievous behavior during the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s youngest child was seen pulling funny faces, yawning, wrinkling his nose and silencing his mother, Kate Middleton.

He could also be seen in more tender moments, snuggling up to Kate, kissing her on the cheek and resting his head on her shoulder.

A royal photographer who has captured many of these heartwarming moments has opened up about the challenges of photographing the four-year-old, he says Hi.

Chris Jackson, who has been photographing royal history for 20 years, said he struggled getting certain shots of Louis because he had to laugh along.







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“I struggled to keep the camera steady as I was giggling while taking these photos, what a character,” he said, sharing his experience on Instagram.

“Thanks everyone for all your comments and nice messages over the past few days. Most of all thank you for following me.”

Mr Jackson shared the insight alongside an adorable photo of Louis with his arms raised cheering on the pageant acts.

The artist is married to Kate’s fashion consultant Natasha Archer and they have two children together, sons Theo, three, and baby Otto.







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His post came just hours after Prince William and Kate addressed their son’s cheeky behavior on Instagram and shared a few behind-the-scenes pictures of the anniversary weekend.

They wrote: “What a fantastic festival weekend. It was very special to see people across the country coming together with family, friends and loved ones.

“Thank you to everyone who has shown their gratitude to the Queen and her inspiring 70 years of leadership.







He also had more subdued moments, laying his head on Kate’s shoulder
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“From the crowds on the Mall to communities holding street parties across the country, we hope you had a memorable weekend.”

The couple ended their personal message on tears, adding, “We all had an incredible time, especially Louis…”

Royal fans savored every second of Louis’ cheeky but gorgeous performances and many newspapers shared a brilliant image of him covering his ears on the balcony of Buckingham Palace during the RAF flypast at Trooping the Color.







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At the four-year-old’s first official appearance on Thursday, he was seen waving excitedly from his carriage at the crowd, along with his big sister Princess Charlotte, who stopped him.

An insider close to the Cambridge parents said they will have “loved” the pictures of him, particularly the iconic balcony shot.

Kate was seen in full mom mode, using every parental distraction technique to keep the little prince at bay while he blew raspberries, pulled funny faces and put his hand on her face.







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Like any other mother of a young child, she was kept on her toes trying to get her son to sit still and behave.

Just like any other mother of a young child, the Duchess of Cambridge has been kept on her toes as she tries to get her son to behave, talk to him calmly and distract him.

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