Prince Louis Steals the Show and Other Royal Moments Revealed by Lip Reader at King Charles’s Coronation

Prince Louis Steals the Show and Other Royal Moments Revealed by Lip Reader at King Charles’s Coronation

…By Larry John for TDPel Media. During King Charles’s Coronation at Westminster Abbey, a lip reading expert captured some of the conversations between the royals.

Jacqui Press noted conversations between Prince Louis and his father William ahead of the Red Arrows flypast, the King and Queen chatting about the weather, and Prince Harry discussing his plans following the Coronation.

Prince Louis has become known for his cheeky behavior and funny faces at royal engagements.

According to Press, the young prince said “Lots of people waving” and “Yaaay King” during the event.

Press also noted a casual conversation between Prince Harry and Jack Brooksbank, Princess Eugenie’s husband, with Harry possibly discussing an event happening on Sunday.

When asked about the time, Harry replied, “About quarter to 4?” and mentioned that it might be happening tomorrow.

During the service, Prince William shared a sweet exchange with his newly crowned father, and the youngest Wales sibling watched the Red Arrows flypast with excitement.

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The lip reader also captured the King and Queen’s conversation about the weather, with King Charles expressing his concern about time and getting too close to the edge of the balcony.

Camilla bid the public farewell, saying “Bye! So lovely,” before going inside.

Commentary:
It’s always interesting to get a glimpse into the interactions and conversations between the royals, and this lip reading expert provided just that during King Charles’s Coronation.

Prince Louis’s adorable comments and Prince Harry’s casual conversation with Jack Brooksbank show that even the royals have their everyday moments.

It’s heartwarming to see the affectionate exchange between Prince William and his father, as well as the excitement of the young Wales siblings during the Red Arrows flypast.

Additionally, King Charles’s concern about time and getting too close to the edge of the balcony shows that even monarchs can have moments of worry and vulnerability.

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