Got an excitable kid like Prince Louis? Here's how to keep a child calm at family celebrations

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Prince Louis kept crowds entertained with a series of funny faces during the four-day weekend celebration to honour the Queen's remarkable 70-year reign. Photo: Getty Images/Hellomagazine.
Prince Louis kept crowds entertained with a series of funny faces during the four-day weekend celebration to honour the Queen's remarkable 70-year reign. Photo: Getty Images/Hellomagazine.

By now we've all seen the entertaining images of young Prince Louis of Cambridge behaving like any other four-year-old would at his great-grandmother's Platinum Jubilee.

His older siblings are noted for their remarkably good behaviour at events like this, and his parents have been credited with using an arsenal of parenting tricks to keep the royal children in line when out in public, but for many it was a relief to see the littlest one getting quite fed up.

The four-year-old stole the limelight at Trooping the Colour and when he later appeared on the Buckingham Palace balcony for the flypast.

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