Prince Louis Dressed Like William but Acted Like Harry on Jubilee Balcony

Prince Louis won hearts with a series of cheeky faces on the Buckingham Palace balcony—just like Prince Harry when he was a boy.

The four-year-old royal wore his father Prince William's sailor suit for his first Trooping the Colour carriage procession at the start of Queen Elizabeth II's Platinum Jubilee.

William wore the same outfit on the palace balcony in June 1985 when he was days off his third birthday.

However, Louis' hilarious faces during the big finale of Elizabeth's birthday parade were what stole the hearts of royal fans.

Louis also became an instant meme when he was pictured putting his hands over his ears and screaming during a fly-past, which included helicopters and the Red Arrows.

Prince Harry also won over some early fans when he was a child in his mother Princess Diana's arms on the same palace balcony in 1988.

The Duke of Sussex, only a few months younger at the time than Louis is now, dressed in green and white as he stuck his tongue out during Trooping the Colour, on June 11 that year.

Louis appeared to wear his heart on his sleeve as he watched the pageantry from the iconic palace balcony, going through a rollercoaster of emotions.

And he won praise alongside his brother Prince George and sister Princess Charlotte from a very important person in his father's life.

Former SAS officer Jamie Lowther-Pinkerton, was previously an aide to both William and Harry and described how the three royals had already mastered Trooping the Colour etiquette.