Prince Louis joined his siblings George and Charlotte alongside the Prince and Princess of Wales for the Easter Sunday service. The four-year-old walked hand in hand with Kate Middleton, signalling that he has been told to be on his “best behaviour”, a body language expert claimed. Adrianne Carter said the gesture makes it “easier for Kate to give him signals and control him”.
Ms Carter added that Kate looked “relaxed and happy” at the service, giving a “genuine smile” to the cameras.
The body language expert said Louis and Kate were “mutually holding tight” as the young Prince knew he had to be on his best behaviour so looks to his mum for “reassurance and guidance”.
Royal fans gushed over the young prince, who marked his first Easter service with the family.
Twitter user @RoyallyBelle_ said: “It was so lovely to see Prince Louis attend the Easter church service at Windsor for the first time today alongside his family.”
User @lovefamilywales said: “It was so wonderful to see our favourite little family attending the Easter Sunday service and supporting The King and Queen this morning Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis are all grown up, super polite and confident and it’s very clear how proud.”
The Prince and Princess of Wales joined King Charles and Queen Camilla for the service alongside other senior royals.
Prince Andrew made a surprise appearance alongside his daughters Princess Beatrice and her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi and Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank, who are expecting their second child.
Princess Anne, Zara and Mike Tindall and as well and Prince Edward, Sophie Wessex and their son James Earl of Wessex.
Invitations for the highly anticipated event have been sent out to more than 2,000 guests across the world, including the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are yet to confirm their attendance which would mark the first time the couple have returned to the UK since the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II.
It would also be the first time they have been reunited with many members of the family since the release of their controversial Netflix docuseries and Prince Harry’s tell-all memoir.
Invitations to the ceremony revealed that moving forward Camilla will be known as Queen following the Coronation.
The colourful and vibrant invitation reads: “The Coronation of Their Majesties King Charles III & Queen Camilla.”