I’m a lip reader and this is the very pressing question that Prince Louis asked the Queen – and her amusing response

AS THE royals gathered on the balcony of Buckingham Palace at Trooping the Colour yesterday, the family could be seen sharing plenty of intimate conversations.

Prince Louis in particular appeared to have a lot to say to his great-grandmother, The Queen, and thanks to one lip reader we can reveal what was said.

Jeremy Freeman, an expert in lipreading, revealed to The Mirror that the youngest Cambridge child had a rather pressing question for gan-gan.

According to Freeman, Louis asked: “Are the Red Arrows coming?”

And The Queen drily replied: “I hope so.”

Meanwhile lip reading expert John Cassidy revealed to Metro what was said next.


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Prince Louis exclaimed ‘woah, it’s the Red Arrows!’ as he watched them fly over Buckingham Palace.

The four-year-old was ecstatic and a big fan of the planes – as he turned to mum and dad, Kate Middleton and Prince William, and told them of his excitement.

Queen Elizabeth II was also impressed at the past-and-present flypast of 70 planes representing Britain’s armed forces, saying: ‘That’s our air force…the Apaches.’

She also pointed out how 'clever' the formation of the Apache helicopters, RAF fast jets and wartime-era aircraft was.

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The Duchess of Cambridge made sure her children got a good look of the Reds when they painted the sky red, white and blue.

She pointed the moment out to Prince Louis, Prince George, 8, and Princess Charlotte, 7, saying: ‘See the smoke!’

The memorable flight featured 70 aircraft representing each year Her Majesty has been on the throne.

The royal family was joined by thousands of people who took to the streets to watch the ceremony.

The Queen waved at the crowds before the royals made their way back into the palace as Jubilee celebrations continued.

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Earlier this evening the Queen lit a beacon starting the nationwide beacon-lighting ceremony.

3,500 beacons have been set alight across the country to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee – with festivities continuing throughout the four-day bank holiday.

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