Prince Louis steals show with trademark window wiper wave on Palace balcony

Prince Louis stole the show once again at Trooping the Colour today as he saluted the crowds who came out to watch King Charles' first birthday parade.

The youngest son of the Prince and Princess of Wales was in attendance at the Trooping the Colour ceremony to celebrate the birthday of the monarch.

He was initially seen riding through London in a carriage with his mother Kate Middleton, grandmother Queen Camilla and his younger siblings Princess Charlotte and Prince George to watch a military ceremony at Horse Guards Parade.

READ MORE: 'Bored' Prince Louis waves 'like windscreen wipers' as fans gush over appearance

Then the Royals travelled back to Buckingham Palace to watch a spectacular RAF flypast from the balcony.

Thousands of people gathered around the palace to watch the display which featured around 70 different aircraft, including the iconic Red Arrows.

But many royal fans were fixated on five-year-old Louis who could be seen saluting the crowds as well as pulling a range of excitable faces.

His "unique" waving style also made an appearance as fans on Twitter were left gushing over how he looked like he was doing an impression of window wipers.

One user wrote: "Prince Louis and his unique wiper blade wave."

Another added: "Gotta love Prince Louis who has his own special wave!"

A third commented: "Princess Catherine asks Prince Louis to wave bye-bye to the crowd and he responds by saluting."

"Love Prince Louis's Wave," a fourth said.

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The last time fans saw his wave was seen on the balcony was at the coronation of King Charles III on May 6.

Louis was seen tapping his hands down on the side of the balcony to mimic the sounds of the marching band's drums and waving his hands from side to side.

Fans immediately took to Twitter to share their opinions on the little one's antics saying he "looked bored". Read more here.

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