Prince Louis, the youngest son of Prince William and Kate Middleton, stole the spotlight on Saturday, at King Charles’ coronation as he was seen yawning and displaying his animated reactions during the ceremony.

Videos and photos of the moment have gone viral on the internet:

The 5-year-old prince found it hard to keep still as he arrived for his grandfather’s coronation. He waved to royal fans as he traveled to Westminster Abbey in a carriage with the Prince and Princess of Wales and his siblings.

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Louis was also seen yawning widely as he waited outside the Abbey. After having seated next to his family, he stared and pointed towards the ceiling. Kate Middleton affectionately smiled down at her youngest son as he struggled to stay still.

In another adorable moment, the bond between the two siblings could be seen, as Louis held hands with his older sister, Princess Charlotte, inside the Abbey. Louis initially sat in the front row with Princess Charlotte, his brother Prince George and his parents when the ceremony began. However, later on, footage showed that Louis was no longer with his parents and his sister Princess Charlotte in the front row of Westminster Abbey.

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Louis also kept the crowd entertained last year at his great-grandmother’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations, as he made animated faces and picked his nose while watching the flypast from the Buckingham Palace balcony.

Charlotte, his sister, who turned eight this week, wore a headpiece that matched her mother’s. Prince George was a Page of Honour for his grandfather. He is second in line to the throne. He carried a corner of the King’s trailing robes as the rest of the members of the royal family made their way into Westminster Abbey.