Kate Middleton Is Allegedly Worried About Prince Louis For One Key Reason

There's no denying that Prince Louis — the youngest son of Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge — stole the show at Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee. While making his carriage debut along with his Prince George and Princess Charlotte, the 4-year-old waved to bystanders and was even caught sticking his tongue out at times (via Daily Mail). 

The three siblings also stood on the royal balcony with their parents and the queen — and it didn't take long for all eyes to be on the youngest Cambridge. During the flypast of the aircrafts, Prince Louis covered his ears and eyes, pulled down his cheeks, and was seen sometimes shouting. A few days later, at the Platinum Party at the Palace, Louis appeared to have trouble sitting still and was captured thumbing his nose at his mom at one point, according to USA Today

Mike Tindall, who is married to Princess Anne's daughter, Zara Tindall, defended Louis on his podcast. "Louis, he gets — he was just wanting to have fun. And my two are always mischievous, so it was trying to keep a lid on," he said on "The Good, The Bad & The Rugby" (via Town & Country). "There are a lot of sweets out back though, so they had complete sugar highs."

But while the Duchess of Cambridge seemed to take her little one's behavior in stride, one expert believes she might also have been worried about the attention thrust on the young royal.

The Duchess of Cambridge might have been worried about the attention on Prince Louis

While reflecting on Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee, Prince William and Kate Middleton knew their son, Prince Louis, had been the biggest star of the festivities. "We all had an incredible time, especially Louis . . . [eyes emoji]," the couple wrote in a statement on Twitter

But a royal expert revealed that the Duchess of Cambridge might also have been concerned during the festivities about the amount of attention her youngest child received. "I think Kate has to wrap some semblance of normality around [their children], because she knows what [royal life] can do," author Ingrid Seward told True Royalty TV's The Royal Beat (via Mirror). "She's seen it; she's been around long enough . . . but they're not normal children, and I think it's extremely hard to keep their little feet on the ground . . . I think this is a danger Kate's very aware of. Louis at the Jubilee became a superstar, but that would have probably worried her a bit."

Although Prince George and Princess Charlotte have both accompanied their parents to public events in recent weeks, Louis has kept a low profile since the Jubilee. He is most likely spending his summer enjoying nature. "Louis just enjoys playing outside the whole time," William told the BBC podcast Newscast (via The Sun). "He lives outside."