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Prince Louis’ Dance Moves Make Him The Star Of Trooping The Colour

Prince Louis

Trooping the Colour may celebrate King Charles’ birthday, but for a brief moment, all eyes were on Prince Louis and his adorable dance moves.

The six-year-old royal attended the annual event with his parents, Prince William and Princess Kate, and his siblings, Princess Charlotte, 9, and Prince George,10. The family joined King Charles and Queen Camilla on the Major General’s Office¬†balcony at Buckingham Palace to watch the parade.

During the procession, Louis stole the show with his charming antics. As music played from the street, Louis stood alongside his siblings trying his best to look stoic. But he couldn’t stop himself from dancing along when bagpipers passed by.

In a clip shared on X, the youngest Kensington Palace resident began dancing to the rhythm as a group of musicians strolled past. Charlotte was not amused and sternly told him to “stop.” As the two had their sibling moment, Kate stood behind them and laughed before putting her eyes back on the parade.

“Louis is always the star of the show,” someone commented.

“lol, this kid is too cute!!” another watcher added.

Princess Kate Attended Trooping The Colour With The Royal Family

Trooping the Colour is a long-lasting tradition that celebrates the current king or queen’s birth. While the royal family and their fans had much to celebrate with King Charles, they also had a reason to celebrate Kate Middleton.

The Princess of Wales marked her first official public appearance when she joined the king for the June 15th event. Kate stepped away from her royal duties after she was diagnosed with cancer in January. In the months following the diagnosis, she has been undergoing chemotherapy.

Princess Kate released a statement on June 14 that shared an update on her health. She announced that she would likely make several more appearances this summer. However, she admitted that she is “not out of the woods” as she continues to battle the disease.

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