It wouldn’t be a royal event without King Charles’ grandchildren stealing the show.
Prince George, 9, Princess Charlotte, 8, and Prince Louis, 5, charmed viewers with many sweet moments at the coronation of King Charles III — but the fun didn’t stop there.
During the coronation concert on Sunday, Prince William, 40, decided to join in on the antics, having some fun waving his Union Jack flag in the faces of his two eldest children.
The Prince of Wales got a funny face and a laugh out of George — who is now second in line to the throne — while Charlotte seemed less than thrilled with her father’s shenanigans.
However, in a sweet moment from the only daughter of Prince William and Princess Kate, 41, Charlotte looked thrilled as her dad later made his way onto the stage to make a speech.
“Look! There’s papa” the youngster excitedly said, according to lip reader Jacqui Press.
Charlotte even turned to George to point out their dad on stage.
“Aww, Charlotte so excited to see her daddy on stage! She’s like ‘look George!’ George is like ‘whatevs,’” a viewer observed.
The Prince and Princess of Wales attended the concert at Windsor Castle with their two eldest children along with other members of the royal family including the King Charles and Queen Camilla, as well as Princess Beatrice, Princess Eugenie and Prince Edward.
However, little Louis didn’t make an appearance, with many fans left disappointed by his absence at the event.
The concert was way past the young boy’s bedtime, and his parents decided to have him stay at home.
“But where is Prince Louis? We tuned in to see him!” one upset fan said.
“Where is little Prince Louis? Oh it’s not fun without him :-(,” another cried.
Prince Louis wasn’t the only one who was put to bed before the concert.
Princess Beatrice’s daughter, Sienna, 1, and Princess Eugenie’s son, August, 2, did not attend, and Zara and Mike Tindall’s children, Mia, 9, Lena, 4, and Lucas, 2, were not seen at the event.
Katy Perry and Lionel Richie headlined the coronation concert Sunday night, which also featured a lineup of performers including Andrea Bocelli, Sir Bryn Terfel, Freya Ridings and Alexis Ffrench.
Tom Cruise also made a surprise cameo at the concert — which was attended by 20,000 people — in a pre-taped message to the king.
“Pilot to pilot, your Majesty, you can be my wingman any time,” Cruise said from the the cockpit of his P-51 airplane.