Lip reader reveals Prince Louis' comments at Platinum Jubilee and the Queen's 'dry response'

-Credit: (Image: Getty Images)
-Credit: (Image: Getty Images)

Everyone remembers when Prince Louis stole the show during the Platinum Jubilee celebrations with his hilarious antics and one lip reader revealed the the very important question he had for the now late Queen.

The youngest child of the Prince and Princess of Wales was a royal fan favourite at the celebrations after his adorable facial expressions and noticeable excitement during the RAF flypast.

Louis was seen chatting away to his great-grandmother on the Buckingham Palace balcony as the display flew overhead, and a lip reader has now revealed what the youngster asked Her Majesty.

As reported in the Mirror, according to Jeremy Freeman, an expert in lipreading, Louis asked: "Are the Red Arrows coming?" To which the Queen dryly replied: "I hope so."

When the Red Arrows did show up and painted the sky red, white and blue, Louis' excitement peaked as Mr Freeman says the youngster exclaimed: "Yes yes yes."

He also added the Queen then said: "There it is" before Louis added: "Oh Red Arrows - whoah."

Mr Freeman also picked up on another exchange when young Louis was seen covering his ears as planes roared over Buckingham Palace in the shape of the number 70 - the number of years in the Queen's reign.

He says that on seeing this, the Queen said: "Ohh fun" with Kate saying "amazing" and Charlotte adding "Wow".

Prince Louis had viewers in stitches
Prince Louis had viewers in stitches -Credit:Getty Images

As Louis covered his ears, Mr Freeman says he said: "Whoah - that was loud", while a proud Kate said to Prince William "look at him" - about their young son.

The lipreader's revelations come as another expert said Louis' adorable appearance at Trooping the Colour during the RAF flypast brought out a "childlike excitement" in the Queen.

According to body language expert Judi James, Louis' cute and spontaneous behaviour had clearly rubbed off on the 96-year-old monarch, who was seen smiling throughout the spectacular flypast.

Judi told the Mirror: "William and Kate emerged wearing their serious facial expressions, with William directing their children into position before standing apart from Kate to ensure a good spread of parental guidance.

"As the fly-past evolved though, we were treated to the strength of the bonds between the Queen and little Louis. His body language was the most spontaneous and at one point he even moved in front of the Queen.

Prince Louis was by the Queen's side for the Trooping the Colour
Prince Louis was by the Queen's side for the Trooping the Colour -Credit:Getty

"Leaning over the balcony, looking a lot like Prince Charles did at his mother’s coronation, his body language signals veered between an impatient slapping of his hands on the balcony to some face-rubbing and head-holding that suggested he couldn’t wait to see the planes.

"The Queen looked over at him with an indulgent facial expression though, chatting to her great-grandson as well as Kate. By the time the Lancaster flew over it looked as though Louis’s excitement had brought out some childlike excitement in the Queen, too.

"She clearly loved the roar of the engines and as Louis literally jumped up and down at the sight of the Red Arrows, the Queen smiled and chatted as though sharing the moment."

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