Lip reader spots Queens adorable exchange with Prince Louis at flypast

The Queen enjoyed an adorable moment with her great-grandson Prince Louis at Buckingham Palace balcony during the Platinum Jubilee flypast, a lip reader has revealed.

Her Majesty was joined by senior members of the Royal Family on the balcony as they met the excited crowd and watched the flypast.

The Platinum Jubilee flypast saw 70 aircraft, including the iconic Red Arrows and historic Battle of Britain Memorial flight, put on a spectacular show over London.

As the fighter jets soared over the palace, Prince Louis stole the show with his dramatic expression and a lip reading expert has picked up a rather sweet moment he had with the Queen.

The four-year-old prince is seen looking up to the sky and covering his ears when the Armed Forces aircraft flew overhead.

Mum Kate Middleton tries to calm him down by touching his hair and the young royal turns to his mum, saying "Woah", expert Jeremy Freeman told Daily Star.

Louis then looks to his right and asks his great-grandmother: "Are the Red Arrows coming?"

And in the adorable moment, the Queen replies: "I hope so."

When the second group of noisy fighter jets fly past the palace, Louis looks up and waves at the pilot.

Then he puts his hands up covering his ears and pulls a funny face to the crowd.

His brother, Prince George, was spotted using a nickname to call Kate when they were on the carriage to watch Horse Guards Parade.

The eight-year-old, who dressed in a suit and tie, waved to the spectators before he turned to his mum, calling him "momma".

Body language expert Judi James revealed that Prince Louis and the Queen shared "childlike excitement" at the balcony.

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She told Daily Mail: "Louis stepped in front of the Queen before tilting his head back to engage her in some animated conversation as they waited for the Red Arrows.

"Louis made this conversation look like the most natural thing in the world and his lack of anything bordering on fear suggested these two might share a rather close friendship based on shared fun behind the scenes, too."

The Platinum Jubilee weekend starts with Trooping the Colour to celebrate the official birthday of the Queen.

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