“Supernanny” Jo Frost has weighed in on Prince Louis’ antics after his latest appearance at a royal event, the Together at Christmas concert at Westminster Abbey.
As in previous public appearances, Louis was in high spirits, clearly excited by the festivity of the event.
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Louis was joined by older siblings Charlotte and George, and parents William and Catherine, the Prince and Princess of Wales, for the special occasion.
Whilst mostly well behaved, there was one excitable moment for Louis, five, who tried to blow out the candle Charlotte was holding.
Rather than getting annoyed, however, the rest of the royal family laughed, finding the moment amusing.
Social media went into overdrive, as its has each time Louis has done something cheeky in public.
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Prince Louis won the world’s heart when he stole the show at the late Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee last year, blowing raspberries at mum Kate and pulling myriad funny faces.
When Hello magazine’s Instagram shared a story about William’s affection towards Louis during the Together at Chrtistmas event, Supernanny Jo Frost popped up in the comments section with her take on Louis’ behaviour and his parents’ reaction to it.
Prince Louis attempts to blow out Charlotte’s candle. Credit: Instagram/Hello
“Prince Louis is a child I believe who is a highly sensitive person, he is elevated by high energy experiences and can sometimes get excited (to) the point that his behavior may be unpredictable,” she wrote.
“Sometimes it can be cute like blowing out candles or cheeky when he doesn’t want to accept what’s being asked of him by a parent.
“Most importantly though is the way his parents navigate their son’s behaviour in public settings, they balance room, holding space for Prince Louis to be himself emotionally, whilst instilling the importance of social conduct in public settings and I believe this should be recognised and complemented as many families do the same in life.
“Prince William, an assertive, intuitive father in my opinion, shows his confident ability to hold Louis’ hand to keep him safe and from creating any cheeky ‘trouble’ at the church whilst still remaining calm and confident, which is in fact the energy Prince Louis needs to feel in these moments.
Supernanny Jo Frost took to Instagram to comment on Prince Louis. Credit: Instagram/Jo Frost
“Prince Louis knows he has to behave at this moment, it is expected, the Royals have standards like many families should have.
“Prince Louis’ dad’s presence of attentiveness makes him feel at ease.
“I say Bravo to both parents, they do an exceptional job under scrutiny from so many. 👏🏾 🙌❤️.”
Frost signed off: “Jo Frost Global Parenting Expert and Childcare Specialist.”
Many agreed with her assessments, while others did not.
“Perfect statement, so spot on,” one person wrote.
“I am also a HSP (highly sensitive person) and so is my third child, and Prince Louis remind me SO MUCH of my third one.
“Love his character and spontaneity!!”
Prince Louis of Wales attends The ‘Together At Christmas’ Carol Service at Westminster Abbey on December 8, 2023 in London, England. Credit: Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images
“Prince Louis reminds me so much of my son,” added another.
“I agree and think they do an exceptional job. I always feel like I am being judged, i cant imagine how it is for them.”
“You should not be diagnosing children you see in pictures and short clips,” one person said.
“You’re not a doctor or psychiatrist and the royal family is not participating in one of your programs.”
But others pointed out that Frost wasn’t “diagnosing” anything.
“Where was the diagnosis??” one reader shot back.
Prince Louis has become known for his cheeky antics. Credit: Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images
Others said it was completely natural for a child his age to be full of beans.
“It’s natural for kids his age to be very energetic … it’s indeed normal … he will grow out of it … and I just love him for all the cute stuff he does❤️❤️,” one fan wrote.
“Louis is just a typical wee boy and we love him for it,” agreed another.
“Very few five year olds have to endure hours on end of public duties too,” a third noted.
The Wales family at the Together at Christmas event at Westminster Abbey. Credit: Instagram/Prince and Princess of Wales
“His behaviour is appropriate for his age, he’s only five years old and has the whole world watching him,” observed another.
“I’m sure there will be snide comments, but I agree, they really do look like exemplary parents,” one follower added.
“You can see the bond between them and their children.
“It can’t be easy under so much scrutiny.”
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