Prince Louis’ Coronation ‘miracle’ laid bare as young royal takes centre stage

Prince Louis’ Coronation ‘miracle’ laid bare as young royal takes centre stage

Prince Louis' 'miracle' revealed

GB News
Ben Chapman

By Ben Chapman

Published: 07/05/2023

- 17:52

Updated: 07/05/2023

- 19:03

The five-year-old had a starring role on King Charles’s big day

Prince Louis performed a “miracle” simply by being in attendance at the Coronation service, according to Camilla Tominey.

The five-year-old had a starring role on King Charles’s big day as he delighted royal fans with his antics in Westminster Abbey and on the Buckingham Palace balcony.

Louis was seen yawning and fidgeting during the service for his grandfather, and was even taken out of the hall at one point.

According to GB News presenter Camilla Tominey, the fact the young royal was in attendance in the first place was a “miracle” given his tender age.

Prince Louis in a royal carriage

Prince Louis entertained royal fans with his Coronation antics


Speaking to royal commentator Eve Pollard, Tominey commented on the exemplary behaviour on display from Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

“He did a great job at the age of nine”, Tominey said in reference to George undertaking the duty of page boy.

“Although Princess Charlotte leading the way with Louis was also super cute, she was playing the role of big sister and Princess Kate mini-me with great aplomb with that head dress.

“Louis was taken out at one point but I thought it was a miracle he was in the service at the age of five!”

Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte

Princess Charlotte took care of her younger brother


During the first half of the ceremony, Louis was spotted letting out a yawn while also pointing out something of interest to his sister.

Shortly after the King was crowned, Louis was spotted yawning again, just after midday.

It is understood plans were in place for him to leave the service at some point, which came to fruition when television footage showed him no longer sitting in the front row.

He then returned for the national anthem at the end of the service and the procession out of the abbey.

Louis has gathered a reputation for his antics act big royal events with his reactions entertaining royal fans around the world.

He was seen letting out a howl and clapping his hands over his ears on the Buckingham Palace balcony during the Platinum Jubilee flypast as his “Gan Gan” the late Queen told him what was happening.

The now-fourth-in-line to the throne was also spotted being bounced on the knee of his grandfather Charles during the Jubilee pageant and giving his mother Kate a kiss on the cheek and a cuddle.

He stood on his chair, waved his hands in the air, wriggled around and stuck his finger in his ear during the show.

In a personal tweet thanking those who turned out in 2022, William and Kate wrote: “We all had an incredible time, especially Louis… ”

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