Prince Louis stole the show at the coronation of his grandfather, King Charles, by doing what any child – and to be fair any common folk – would do at a drawn-out ceremony: yawned.
The youngest child of Prince William and Kate was spotted yawning repeatedly during the coronation ceremony at Westminster Abbey on Saturday May 6.
The five-year-old was no match for the nearly two-hour-long event, and he ended up having to yawn a few times here and there.
Louis was allowed to leave the service for a bit and retire, according to ITV news.
After the ceremony, the royal family stepped outside on the balcony of Buckingham Palace and did a traditional royal wave.
While the rest of his family stood regally on the balcony, Prince Louis took it upon him to entertain the crowd a bit more.
Video of the royal wave shows Louis waving enthusiastically with both hands to the crowd below in a moment that won many hearts.