Prince Louis left Westminster Abbey during the Coronation today as speculation swirled around why the five-year-old may have needed to make a departure. The Princess of Wales was seen bending down to talk to her son Prince Louis when the congregation stood for a hymn, shortly before the young prince left the front row of the Abbey. His attendance, because of his tender years, had been in doubt but Prince Louis had delighted royal fans earlier when it was revaled he would make it. However, it’s possible the length of the ceremony may have proved too much for one so young.
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Prince Louis had been seen yawning and fidgeting during the service for his grandfather the King’s coronation earlier at the event. During the first half of the ceremony, he could be seen letting out a big yawn, while also taking the opportunity to point out something of interest to his sister Charlotte. He yawned again shortly after the King was crowned, just after midday.
Louis was regally dressed in a Hainsworth Garter Blue Doeskin Tunic with specially designed lace work embellishment to the collar, cuffs and fronts, made by bespoke Savile Row tailors Dege and Skinner. His leg garment was black complete with Garter Blue stripe.
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