Prince Louis' sweet gesture with mum Kate Middleton at the royals' Easter Sunday service shows he "knows he has to behave", a body language expert said.
The youngest of Prince William and Kate's three children, four, was spotted holding the Princess of Wales' hand as the family made their way to an Easter Sunday service at St George's Chapel in Windsor this morning (Sunday, April 9).
Prince George was spotted turning to the camera and even giving the press a cheeky grin.
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Whereas Louis seemed to be looking for guidance as he held onto his mum's hand, Adrianne Carter of The Face Whisperer said.
"Charlotte and Louis look like they've been told to be on their best behaviour and are complying with heads down and serious faces," Carter told the Daily Star.
"[It] looks [like Kate and Louis are] mutually holding tight.
"It’s easier for Kate to give him signals and control him if she’s holding him tightly by the hand.
"He doesn’t look nervous, he looks like he knows he’s got to be on best behaviour so is holding on to mum for reassurance and guidance."
Meanwhile mum Kate looked "relaxed" walking into the chapel with her three children.
"Catherine gives a look over to the cameras and a genuine smile, it looks like she's feeling relaxed and happy," Carter added.
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The Prince and Princess of Wales and their children accompanied other senior royals including King Charles and Camilla, Queen Consort to the stunning chapel on Windsor's grounds for their traditional Easter Day celebration.
Zara and Mike Tindall, Princess Beatrice and husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, and Prince Edward, wife Sophie and their son James, were all snapped arriving at the church.
Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank, who are expecting their second child, were also in attendance, as was Prince Andrew, who made a rare appearance walking next to sister Princess Anne.
The royals celebrate Easter together every year, but with the day falling on the second anniversary of the death of Prince Philip this year, it's likely to be a bittersweet experience.
The service will also probably be an emotional one as it is the first Easter the family has celebrated since the death of the late Queen Elizabeth II, who is buried in the church's King George VI Memorial Chapel alongside her husband.
As is tradition, the family is expected to gather after leaving the church to have a roast dinner, which usually has lamb as its centrepiece.
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