Just 3 months before her passing, members of the Royal Family attended the Platinum Jubilee Pageant, which celebrated Queen Elizabeth II’s 70th birthday as monarch. The celebration, which lasted four days, was eventful. According to NBC News, the event consisted of a military parade, a service of thanksgiving at St. Paul’s Cathedral, a musical performance by Ed Sheeran and more. While many of us were captivated by the number of entertaining festivities, a viral moment which saw Prince Louis making faces and jumping around made its way into numerous publications. According to Mike Tindall, his behavior was influenced by the candies offered to him at the event.
Mike Tindall, alongside Princess Catherine, brought their children to enjoy the show together. Ever since they were adults, sitting out for events that span long periods of time is a practice they are used to. On his podcast, “The Good, the Bad, and The Rugby,” Mike suggested that the long hours likely caused Prince Louis to be bored (via People). This came to a head when the children were given sweets. “Louis, he just wanted to have fun. And my two [daughters, Mia and Lena] are always mischievous, so he tries to stay in control,” he told co-host Alex Payne. “There was a lot of candy in the back, so there was real high sugar.”
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