Inside Prince Louis' fun-packed Jubilee weekend, from giggling with the Queen to some VERY funny facial expressions

MILLIONS of people have been glued to the Platinum Jubilee celebrations – and one royal family member who has been a big hit is Prince Louis.

The four-year-old son of Kate Middleton and Prince William has “stolen the show” during nearly every one of his appearances over the four-day event.

Here are Prince Louis’ highlights from his fun-filled Jubilee…

Chatting to ‘Gan-Gan’ on the royal balcony

As the royals gathered on the balcony of Buckingham Palace at Trooping the Colour, the family could be seen sharing plenty of intimate conversations.

Prince Louis in particular appeared to have a lot to say to his great-grandmother, The Queen, and thanks to one lip reader we can reveal what was said.

Jeremy Freeman, an expert in lipreading, revealed to The Mirror that the youngest Cambridge child had a rather pressing question for gan-gan.

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According to Freeman, Louis asked: “Are the Red Arrows coming?”

And The Queen drily replied: “I hope so.”

Jumping for joy at the Red Arrows

Thankfully, Prince Louis had no need to worry, and was seen jumping with glee at the Red Arrows as they flew past.

Her Majesty, 96, beamed as she watched the celebrations overhead, surrounded by her immediate family.

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And she looked chuffed at Louis' reaction – as he excitedly awaited the spectacle in the sky.

Kate Middleton, 40, was seen whispering in little Louis' ear – before he frantically waved up above at the passing planes.

Pageant entertainment

The four-year-old royal also provided star-quality entertainment at the Jubilee Pageant on Sunday and was spotted displaying a wide array of facial expressions.

At times, Prince Louis was seen playfully shushing his mother, while other times, fans saw him placing his hands over his face and also dancing.

During the show outside Buckingham Palace, the royal tot also clenched his fists and also joined his hands together as if in prayer.

Fun with grandpa

During the pageant, Prince Louis was seen enjoying the show with grandpa Prince Charles.

The pint-sized royal could be seen enjoying the show from the future king’s lap.

Charles appeared to have fun too and beamed as he bounced the little boy on his knee.

Kisses from dad William

The Cambridges stepped out as a family for an engagement in Cardiff on Saturday – but one family member who was noticeably absent was Prince Louis.

An adorable video has been shared of Prince William blowing kisses to his youngest son as the family departed for Wales.

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Kate can be seen looking after Prince George, eight, and Princess Charlotte, seven, as Prince William says goodbye to Louis.

He leaned back into the family car waving and sending air kisses to the back seat.

Royal fans gushed over the clip, with one saying: “Omg he is the best daddy!! Ugh my heart can’t take the sweetness.”

Hugs with mum

Prince Louis may have had a lively pageant and was seen bopping along to the music, but he also had some quiet times too.

The youngest Cambridge child was seen cuddling up to his devoted mum Kate and giving her a sweet hug.

One fan commented: “This is so sweet!! Louis is the snuggliest kid ever!”

Playing with Mike Tindall

To keep him entertained throughout the show, Mike Tindall, who sat behind the Prince, also joined the four-year-old in sharing funny facial expressions.

The former England rugby player gestured and pointed to his eyes as if to let Prince Louis know that he was keeping watch over him.

And of course, it's safe to say, the fans loved it, sharing their thoughts on social media.

One fan, Abby, posted on Twitter: ''Prince Louis being iconic as always.''

Channelling his dad’s fashion

Royal fans were all saying the same thing after Prince Louis attended Trooping the Colour. 

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s youngest was wearing an adorable sailor outfit and it wasn’t long until eagle-eyed royal watchers started to notice something familiar about it.

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Viewers of the parade took to Twitter, with many speculating whether the outfit was the same one worn by his father Prince William 37 years ago.

Prince William was seen wearing a near identical powder blue sailor outfit himself back in 1985 when he attended Trooping the colour at the age of two.

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