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Prince Louis was pictured screaming in pain on the Buckingham Palace balcony during the Queen's incredible jubilee flypast by the Red Arrows on Thursday.
Kate Middleton and Prince William's youngest son, aged four, stunned onlookers as he clearly struggled with the barrage of noise from the 71-plane flypast.
The Queen could be seen interacting with her great-grandson Prince Louis, who was standing next to her on the balcony, and eventually helping him to settle.
However, the young royal was still visibly unhappy and appeared to continue grabbing his head as the noise of the jets receded.
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The Prince of Wales and future King Prince Charles was stood on the Queen’s right-hand side and the pair could be seen chatting and smiling ahead of the flypast.
Huge cheers of “hooray” erupted from the thousands of royal fans on The Mall in front of the palace.
As aircraft approached, the Queen could be seen looking ahead and smiling.
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Meanwhile, Prince Louis waved towards the sky and could also be seen resting his chin in his hands.
When the Queen made her appearance on the balcony there was a delayed reaction from the crowds in The Mall and spectators sat in the stands built for Saturday’s Party at the Palace.
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A cheer went up when they spotted her on screens and she smiled as the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment passed the gates of Buckingham Palace.
The troopers took around five minutes to ride past and she could be seen chatting to her cousin the Duke of Kent, who had joined her on the balcony.
Prince Louis had earlier delivered a sweet nod to his father Prince William in his second Trooping the Colour appearance.
Eagle-eyed royal fans spotted the resemblance of Prince Louis' outfit to the one his father, the Duke of Cambridge, wore when he was young.
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