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Poked his mom and pointed his finger: 5-year-old Prince Louis wowed the audience at a Christmas concert

Prince Louis touched the audience at a Christmas concert

On December 24, the British TV channel ITV aired the Together for Christmas concert, which was filmed at Westminster Abbey on December 8. The event, organized by Kate Middleton, has traditionally brought together millions of Britons. Of course, they were all watching the five-year-old Prince Louis, for whom this was his debut appearance at a Christmas concert. The youngest heir to the Prince and Princess of Wales did not disappoint.

The boy once again became a star of the network thanks to his behavior. This time, however, Louis won the audience over not with his antics and funny facial expressions, but, as Internet users write, with "Christmas magic in his eyes." A clip of the royal grandson's sincere and charming reaction to Letters from a Christmas Father went viral online.

In the footage, which is being actively shared by netizens, little Louis was sincerely happy when 74-year-old actor Jim Broadbent began reading Letters from a Father Christmas by the cult British writer John Tolkien. This is a series of fairy tales that is very popular in Britain and around the world. Apparently, Kate Middleton had read them to her children as well, so Louis recognized the familiar book.

Poked his mom and pointed his finger: 5-year-old Prince Louis wowed the audience at a Christmas concert

As Broadbent began his reading, Prince William and Catherine's youngest son gently nudged his mother, who was sitting next to him, whispering: "Mommy". And then he gently pointed his index finger at the actor. "The Christmas magic in Louis's eyes mesmerized the audience. The boy was so elated and happy that he could not help but infect everyone who looked at him with these emotions.

Poked his mom and pointed his finger: 5-year-old Prince Louis wowed the audience at a Christmas concert

"Look how excited Prince Louis was to see Jim Broadbent, it was adorable", "My favorite part of the whole service was Prince Louis' adorable reaction throughout the concert. He is so sweet", "He is a wonderful 5-year-old boy with an adorable Christmas smile", "How does he manage to be so adorable? I love Louis and the whole royal family," viewers wrote in the comments.

As we noted above, the Prince and Princess of Wales and their children attended the Together for Christmas service at Westminster Abbey on December 8, but the concert was only broadcast on Sunday, December 24. However, two weeks ago, Prince Louis managed to attract special attention. While the two older heirs behaved with restraint, the public favorite had as much fun as he could. For example, he blew out the candle of his sister Princess Charlotte. Kate Middleton could not make a remark to her son according to etiquette, but she could not hide her slight dissatisfaction either.

Poked his mom and pointed his finger: 5-year-old Prince Louis wowed the audience at a Christmas concert

In general, no one could outshine Louis. He was sincerely surprised by things around him, did not restrain his emotions and somewhat restless behavior. Together with Prince George and Princess Charlotte, he also did a good deed - he sent letters to Santa Claus from those children who were less fortunate. 

Poked his mom and pointed his finger: 5-year-old Prince Louis wowed the audience at a Christmas concert
Poked his mom and pointed his finger: 5-year-old Prince Louis wowed the audience at a Christmas concert
Poked his mom and pointed his finger: 5-year-old Prince Louis wowed the audience at a Christmas concert

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