Prince Louis once again melted hearts across the nation on Saturday as he stood in awe of his mum Kate Middleton during grandfather King Charles' Coronation.
The five-year-old, who had viewers of the BBC broadcasted ceremony laughing with his restless antics in the front row, gave his mum a loving glance up as he stared at her stunning look for the special day.
The Princess Of Wales donned a deep blue Royal Victorian Order mantle edged in scarlet over an Alexander McQueen embroidered ivory silk crepe dress.
While her silver bullion, crystal and silver thread work three-dimensional leaf embroidery headpiece was by Jess Collett x Alexander McQueen.
Standing alongside his mum in the front row, where sister Princess Charlotte and dad Prince William were also alongside him, Louis was caught on camera focusing on Kate.
"Louis is all of us looking at Kate," wrote a fan who shared the picture via Twitter, as another echoed: "This is the moment when Louis realized that Kate Middleton herself is his mother, that is, the son of a goddess".
Hopefully the little one was back in his mum's good books, after it seemed that boredom had struck the young prince during the historic crowning – as he was spotted yawning, pointing and staring aimlessly around Westminster Abbey.
And one body language expert believes that the Princess of Wales may have become more exasperated by her mum duties than ever before, likely due to the pressure assuring the special day ran smoothly.
Adrianne Carter – known as the Face Whisperer – revealed to the Daily Star that the Princess may have found it tough managing her two children on the sidelines, whilst her eldest son Prince George had a different role as a page boy in the ceremony.
"Kate looks a bit nervously at Louis," Adrianne explained. "I think she's willing him to be on his best behaviour and is probably her biggest worry during the service!"
And as the day wore on, those woes only increased, with the expert going on to say: "Louis is starting to fidget. We see Kate have a chat with him, looks like she's explaining what's going on. Charlotte also showed a bit of restlessness too but as she's older she's able to contain it better."
Eventually, Prince Louis was taken out the ceremony, while his family remained inside. He then returned after a break to re-join them for the procession back to Buckingham Palace.
The youngest of William and Kate's children often hits headlines for his emotive facial expressions and funny moments during royal engagements, appearing the only member of the family not so interested in being pristine.
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