Prince William 'told off' by Queen in resurfaced clip that shows he's Louis' double

Prince Louis looked impatient on the balcony
The resurfaced clip shows the Queen telling off Prince William -Credit:Ian Vogler / Daily Mirror

In a resurfaced clip, the late Queen Elizabeth II can be seen telling off a young Prince William, sparking comparisons between him and Prince Louis.

The charming compilation, posted on TIkTok, is captioned: "Every time the Queen told off Prince William on the balcony."

In the video, Her Majesty is seen chastising the future King several times during his younger years. The highlight of the montage happens to be a later clip from his wedding day with Kate Middleton, where she commands him to stand up an instruction he quickly adheres to.

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This attention to etiquette perhaps reflects the numerous rules that Royals have to abide by while performing their duties, which could justify the Queen's keenness to discipline her grandson. Some even speculated back then the Queen may have considered his actions as potentially disrespectful.

Viewers did not miss the eerie similarity between the behaviours of Williams and his six-year-old son Louis. One TikTok user noted: "William and Louis are very similar."

While some found the exchange amusing, as one user joked: "Typical grandma, love it," while another commented: "William still behaving like a petulant child all these years later."

A fourth piped in with: "You better listen to the Queen, Prince."

Young Louis previously stole the show on Buckingham Palace's famous balcony as he banged his fists awaiting an RAF fly-by. During the first half of the proceedings, he could be seen letting out a big yawn, while also taking the opportunity to point out something of interest to his sister Princess Charlotte.

He yawned again shortly after the King was crowned. Television footage later showed he was no longer sitting in his assigned row.

It is understood plans were in place for him to leave the service at some point. However, he returned for the national anthem at the end of the service and the procession out of the abbey.

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