Prince Louis steals the show again — this time at Glastonbury Festival in England!
The little royal, 5, showed up at the music festival over the weekend in the form of his face printed on a large flag held up in the crowd. The flag, which has garnered attention on Twitter, displayed one of his many animated expressions from his Trooping the Colour appearance on the Buckingham Palace balcony last year.
In the image, Prince Louis — the youngest child of Prince William and Kate Middleton — had his eyes closed tightly, his mouth open and his hands covering his ears — shielding himself from the noise of the planes passing overhead at Queen Elizabeth’s public birthday celebration in June 2022.
Since making his Trooping the Colour debut in 2019, Prince Louis has been known for his adorable antics during the annual public celebration of the British monarch’s birthday.
This year, the young prince once again charmed crowds as he joined siblings Prince George, 9, and Princess Charlotte, 8, in a horse-drawn carriage ride for the procession through London before making his way with other members of the royal family to the Buckingham Palace balcony.
He pointed to the planes flying in formation overhead gave an impressive salute before retreating back into the palace.
Another royal spotted at Glastonbury over the weekend was Princess Beatrice. Her appearance came amid her mother Sarah Ferguson’s breast cancer diagnosis, confirmed by PEOPLE on Sunday.
Beatrice, 34, was pictured with her husband, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, and friends at the music festival that saw performances on Sunday from Elton John and Blondie. She kept her look casual in a black-buttoned mini dress teamed with a pair of white Adidas sneakers and a black gold chain strap handbag. The princess — who also attended the event last summer — wore her hair up and sported a stack of bracelets.
Other royals to have attended Glastonbury over the years are Prince Harry with his ex-girlfriend Cressida Bonas back in 2013, his father King Charles in 2010 as he celebrated the festival’s 40th anniversary and Beatrice’s sister Princess Eugenie, who visited during a rainy summer in 2016.