Down at a local scout hut, the couple brought out their three young kids Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis for some volunteering fun, as workers reset a path, dug a brand-new soakaway, sanded and revarnished the front door, and added planters to the front of the building.
Having missed out on Windsor Castle’s musical extravaganza, which at 8.30pm didn’t begin until after his bedtime, five year old Louis was allowed to mess around infront of the adoring public, sitting in his dad’s lap as he operated a digger’s mechanical arm for soil transportation.
After some shovelling and wheelbarrowing, Louis was then treated to a s’more – a melted marshmallow sandwiched between biscuits – which he seemed to enjoy enormously.
Removing the marshmallow from a stick, Kate, 41, could be heard asking her youngest boy to “pop that in the fire Lou-Bugs” as one of the volunteers made him up a snack.
This comes shortly after body language expert Adrianne Carter – known as the Face Whisperer – suggested to The Daily Star that the Princess of Wales may have struggled to deal with her fidgety children during Saturday’s crowning ceremony at Westminster Abbey.
“Kate looks a bit nervously at Louis,” she claimed. “I think she’s willing him to be on his best behaviour and is probably her biggest worry during the service!”
Her stress only seemed to increase, though, as Carter added: “Louis is starting to fidget. We see Kate have a chat with him, looks like she’s explaining what’s going on. [Princess] Charlotte also showed a bit of restlessness too but as she’s older she’s able to contain it better.”
Little Louis took the nation by storm during his grandfather’s coronation, accidentally singing ‘God save the Queen’ as the English national anthem blasted out.
A number of reaction tweets read: “Prince Louis sang Queen instead of King bless him #Coronation”, Prince Louis singing “God Save the Queen” has made my day. He’s back!” and “Prince Louis saying “God save the Queen” during the national anthem is the most iconic moment of this spectacle!”
At the Windsor’s Long Walk, William was asked by one member of the public where his daughter Charlotte, eight, was, to which he explained: “She’s very tired after yesterday. She’s having a quiet day at home. It was making sure her little brother behaved himself.”
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