Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, joined Prince William, Princess Kate, and Prince George at The Big Help Out on Monday, a bank holiday in the U.K. that encourages volunteer work in honor of King Charles’ coronation.
The family spent hours renovating some Scouts huts for local members —taking part in plating, sanding, and painting.
Amidst the various notable moments, one has captured the interest of royal fans. While Prince Louis was engrossed in painting an outdoor planter, a sudden mishap occurred as a splash of white paint appeared to get in his hair.
And cheeky sister Charlotte was quick to comment: “Louis, look at me. Louis, look at me. You‘ve got white hair now. You’re now grandpa.”
Princess Charlotte: Louis, look at me. Louis, look at me. You‘ve got white hair now. You're now grandpa.— ✿✿✿ (@tokkiinami) May 11, 2023
Lottie 😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/jn0TLcAUDM
In response to this delightful moment, fans flooded social media platforms with bursts of laughter, expressing their amusement as they left many comments on the Instagram clip shared.
One wrote: “The Wales children are adorable. They play together so happily.” Another added: “The Princes George, Louis and Princess Charlotte looked like they were having a good time painting. The whole Family looked to be enjoying joining in.”
William, Kate, George, Charlotte and Louis stepped out to commemorate the third day of King Charles III’s Coronation and his commitment to a life of service.
The Princess of Wales, who has held the position of Joint President of the Scouts since 2020, along with the rest of the royal family, joined volunteers in various tasks. They worked together to reset a path, dig a new soakaway, sand and revarnish the front door, place planters at the building’s entrance, and create a mural, thereby leaving a lasting legacy of the impactful work achieved during the Big Help Out.
It also marked Prince Louis’s first official engagement, and the youngest royal seemed to have a blast.