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BBC Breakfast presenters Jon Kay and Sally Nugent were quick to point out that the Royal Family appeared to be 'ignoring' young Prince Louis during the Platinum Jubilee weekend.
Discussing the various snaps of Prince William and Kate Middleton's three children taken during the various events of the Bank Holiday, Sally and Jon couldn't contain their laughter at the young boy's antics.
But while Louis had clapped his hands over his ears during the flypast, Jon Kay was quick to point out: "They're all just ignoring him."
Sally then agreed: "They are just ignoring him, aren't they?"
But Sally also acknowledged how difficult it is to get young children to behave themselves while at long events, as she praised: "Prince Louis… I think he stole the show, perhaps, a little bit in the Royal Box over the weekend?
"Fantastic pictures – not looking particularly impressed.
"Can I just say, anyone with children will understand, keeping them amused while on show and well behaved is quite something."
Jon then added: "I love the fact that they then didn't take him to the concert on Saturday night, having learnt their lesson on Thursday and Friday."
Both Sally and Jon called Louis one of the highlights of the entire weekend, along with the Queen's iconic Paddington sketch which saw her chat to the animated bear.
Jon giggled: "Get Prince Louis and Paddington together, you've got perfection!" as Sally predicted: "That would be chaos!"
Jon then reflected: "What a brilliant week, I think everybody's exhausted. Goodness knows how the Queen is feeling."
It comes after Sally branded Jon "rude" for snubbing the Queen last week.
The pair were out in the Jubilee marquee to present the show last week, decked out with the iconic red sofa, Jubilee-themed tea sets and pictures of the Queen alongside several Union Jacks.
Also among them was a waxwork of the monarch brought in from Madame Tussauds to celebrate the Jubilee, with Jon admitting: "I feel slightly nervous" as he gestured to her.
Sally then swiped at him: "I think you're being slightly rude!" as Jon giggled: "I'm turning my back on the Queen."
BBC Breakfast airs daily from 6am on BBC One.
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