‘Savannah’s reaction!’ Royal fans in stitches as Lena Tindall slaps down Prince Louis

 

PRINCE LOUIS may have been the focus for many royal watchers during the Platinum Jubilee – but for many fans, Lena Tindall also left a mark with her hilarious antics.

 

 

William and Kate’s youngest Prince Louis was the recipient of an outpouring of affection online after he was pictured making hilarious faces during Trooping the Colour and the Jubilee Pageant on Sunday. But now fans were left in stitches after a moment between cousins Prince Louis and Lena Tindall, daughter of Zara and Mike Tindall, was shared online.Three-year-old Lena Tindall had arrived at the Jubilee pageant well prepared – armed with some Maoam stripe sweets. “Savannah’s reaction says it all.” Other fans were quick to join in and enjoy the brilliant family interaction.

 

One added: “Savannah moved seats just to laugh at the mayhem and Zara is doing the same. “They represent me! Poor Lena, she wanted to give candy to Prince George!”Another said: “That was such a funny moment!!

 

 

“They must make their parents go crazy when they are playing together!. And Savannah’s reaction was priceless too! Just kids being kids.” Another commenter said they thought Lena’s response to the Prince’s attempt at taking some sweets was “pure evil”.They said: “Lena’s look is pure evil! They all cracked me up.

 

 

“I love cousins.” Later, Lena appeared to disapprove as Mia Tindall and Savannah danced avidly to ABBA. The relatable family moments were caught on camera and happened just before the Queen made her final appearance on the balcony of Buckingham Palace at the end of the Jubilee weekend.Her Majesty, 96, was joined on the iconic vantage point by Prince Charles, the Duchess of Cornwall, Prince William, Kate, and their three children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

 

 

The pageant marked the end of four days of celebrations in honour of the Queen’s incredible 70-year reign.Royals watched as volunteers and performers from across the UK and the Commonwealth took part in a sensational pageant that paid tribute to the Queen’s decades of public service.

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