Platinum Jubilee: Prince Louis keeps crowds entertained with series of faces at Jubilee pageant

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Prince Louis has been keeping the crowds at the Jubilee pageant entertained with a series of interesting expressions.

The four-year-old prince first made headlines for his grumpy looks on the first day of the Jubilee during the Trooping the Colour and the flypast on the balcony.

The youngest Cambridge child has been back at it again with more for the crowds in the royal box sat next to his mother, the Duchess of Cambridge.

He was seen covering his face with both hands, sucking his thumb and even received some funny looks from Mike Tindall too...

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After enough time in his own seat Prince Louis was seen sitting on his grandfather, Prince Charles' lap enjoying the pageant in the royal box.

He was pictured pointing at the performers in the street carnival and talking to his mother, the Duchess of Cambridge.

On Saturday the Prince was pictured alongside Princess Charlotte and Prince George making cakes in Cardiff, where his siblings later made a surprise visit to meet entertainers staging a show in honour of the Queen at Cardiff Castle.

The pageant marks the final day of festivities celebrating the Queen's 70-year reign and included hundreds of servicemen and women who led the parade marching along the streets around Buckingham Palace.

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