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Body Language Expert Said Prince Louis Knew He Had To Behave On Royal Easter Walk

A body language expert said that Prince Louis's sweet gesture toward his mom Kate Middleton at the royal family's Easter Sunday service shows that Prince Louis knew he had to behave on royal easter walk.

Landon Morton
Apr 13, 202327 Shares759 Views
A body language expert said that Prince Louis's sweet gesture toward his mom Kate Middleton at the royal family's Easter Sunday service shows that Prince Louis knew he had to behave on royal easter walk.
This morning, the four-year-old youngest of Prince William and Kate's three children was seen holding the Princess of Wales' hand as the family went to an Easter Sunday service at St. George's Chapel in Windsor (Sunday, April 9).

Prince Louis Knew He Had To Behave On Royal Easter Walk

Cheeky Prince Louis holds back grin on Royal Family Easter debut alongside Kate Middleton

Prince Louis seemed to be in his best mood as the royal family walked to the Easter Sunday church service. A body language expert said that the fact that he held on to his mother's hand made it less likely that he would act cheeky.
This morning, the four-year-old youngest of Prince William and Kate's three children was seen holding the Princess of Wales' hand as the family went to an Easter Sunday service at St. George's Chapel in Windsor (Sunday, April 9).
When Prince Louis walked with Kate to the Easter Sunday service at St. George's Chapel, everyone was looking at him. People who worked for the royal family were watching him to see if he did anything cheeky. Instead of being naughty like he was at the queen's jubilee, Louis was well-behaved at the event because his mom told him what to do.
Adrianne Carter of The Face Whisperer, who is an expert on body language, looked at Louis and Kate's movements and expressions and said that Louis "knows he has to behave" when his mother holds his hand.
Charlotte and Louis look like they've been told to be on their best behaviour and are complying with heads down and serious faces. It’s easier for Kate to give him signals and control him if she’s holding him tightly by the hand.- Adrianne Carter
King Charles and Camilla, Queen Consort, joined the Prince and Princess of Wales and their children at the beautiful chapel on Windsor's grounds for their traditional Easter Day celebration. Prince Edward, his wife Sophie, and their son James, as well as Zara and Mike Tindall and Princess Beatrice and her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, were all photographed as they arrived at the church.
Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank, who are expecting their second child, were also there, as was Prince Andrew, who made a rare appearance walking next to his sister Princess Anne.
Every year, the royal family celebrates Easter together. This year, Easter falls on the second anniversary of Prince Philip's death, so it's likely to be a bittersweet day.
The service is also likely to be emotional because it will be the first Easter for the royal family since Queen Elizabeth II died. She is buried with her husband in the King George VI Memorial Chapel of the church. Tradition says that after leaving the church, the family should get together for a roast dinner, which usually has lamb as the main dish.

Conclusion

Prince Louis made his first public appearance at the Easter Sunday service, which is a regular part of the royal schedule. He was holding hands with his mom, Kate, the Princess of Wales. He was wearing cute blue shorts and socks pulled up to his knees.
Prince Louis seemed to be in his best mood as the royal family walked to the Easter Sunday church service. A body language expert said that the fact that he held on to his mother's hand, Prince Louis knew he had to behave on royal easter walk.
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