The recent coronation of King and Queen had royal fans around the world tuning in to witness the grandeur of the event. While many were focused on the details of the coronation, one group of followers noticed something unusual. Twitter account GertsRoyals pointed out that Prince Louis, the youngest child of Prince William and Princess Kate, was listed on the Court Circular as scheduled to attend the Coronation Concert with his siblings Prince George and Princess Charlotte. However, the youngest prince was not present at the event.
The Sunday edition of the court circular stated that The Prince and Princess of Wales, accompanied by Prince George of Wales, Princess Charlotte of Wales and Prince Louis of Wales, were present at the BBC Concert at Windsor Castle to celebrate the Coronation of The King and Queen. But was Louis’ inclusion a mistake, or was there a last-minute change of plans? Fans were left wondering.
Theories and Speculations
Many users speculated on the reasons for Prince Louis’ absence from the event. Some believed that it was a simple mistake and that Louis was never meant to attend the concert. Others thought that he might have been naughty or had a tummy upset, or perhaps he was just too sleepy to attend the event.
However, it is worth noting that this was not the first time that Prince Louis was listed for an event he did not attend. He was also mentioned among attendees at the Service of Thanksgiving for the late Prince Philip, but he was a no-show.
At just five years old, it is plausible that Louis would have struggled with the lateness of the concert, which finished quite late in the night. It was scheduled to finish at 10 pm but went on much later than that. In fact, the young prince also skipped the late evening Jubilee concert, the Platinum Party at the Palace.
In conclusion, while fans would have loved to see Prince Louis waving flags with his elder siblings at the spectacular concert, his absence was not entirely unexpected. It remains to be seen whether Louis’ inclusion in the court circular was a mistake or not, but either way, it has left fans with something to ponder. The concert was watched by an average audience of 10.1 million, according to overnight figures from the BBC.