Prince Charles caught in giggle fit during Platinum Jubilee parade

Prince Charles caught in giggle fit during Platinum Jubilee parade

June 7, 2022

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Something tickled Princes Charles’ funny bone.

The Prince of Wales was caught laughing uncontrollably while watching Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee Pageant parade on Sunday.

His peals got the attention of Camilla Parker Bowles and Prince William, who could be seen on video asking him what had him guffawing.

While Prince Charles tried to explain, both his wife and son clearly didn’t think it was as funny as he did. They both smiled but certainly didn’t have the same reaction as him.

The parade – which capped off a four-day extravaganza celebrating Queen Elizabeth’s 70-year reign – was notable for offering fans a glimpse into the royal family.

Prince Charles’ 4-year-old grandson, Prince Louis, also went viral for his various antics, which included poking his tongue out at his mother, Kate Middleton, attempting to stand on his seat and sitting on his grandfather’s lap.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge even poked fun at their youngest’s hijinks with an Instagram post reflecting on the Jubilee celebrations.

“We all had an incredible time, especially Louis… 👀,” they wrote Monday.

Another young royal who stole the show was Lena Tindall, the 3-year-old daughter of Zara Tindall and Mike Tindall.

She was at one point spotted hitting her sister Mia, seemingly annoyed that her big sis was clapping her hands as the parade passed. Mia pulled her little sister’s arm, which prompted a telling-off from Dad.

While she was handing out candy, Lena also iced out cousin Louis. She made sure he didn’t receive any while her other cousins, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, did.

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