Prince Louis, the one-year-old son of Prince William and Kate Middleton, made his public debut today at Trooping the Colour, the annual celebration for the sovereign’s birthday.
He quickly became the center of attention as he waved to the crowd nonstop.
He also pointed to the planes flying overhead and clapped with the crowd.
Prince Louis’s public debut could not be any more perfect. The third child of Prince William and Kate Middleton attended Trooping the Colour for the first time this morning, making a cameo with the rest of the royal family on the Buckingham Palace balcony. The one-year-old proved he’s already a pro at regal duties by delivering the cutest royal wave we’ve probably ever seen.
As the Duchess of Cambridge carried him on the balcony, he waved with the utmost enthusiasm. When planes from the Royal Air Force flew overhead, he pointed and waved again. Seriously, Louis is a big fan of waving. He’s been putting in a lot of practice into the royal gesture as well. Back in December, Kate revealed that her youngest was already “starting to wave.”
The duke and duchess looked extremely entertained watching their son handle his public debut with perfection.
Royal watchers online couldn’t handle the cuteness either.