Royal fans all say the same thing about chaotic Prince Louis moment during his first ever Christmas walkabout

CHEEKY CHAPPY Royal fans all say the same thing about chaotic Prince Louis moment during his first ever Christmas walkabout,

ROYAL fans have all said the same thing about a chaotic Prince Louis moment during his first ever Christmas walkabout.

The four-year-old joined his parents Princess Kate and Prince William and other relatives as they made their way to a church service at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham.

Prince Louis was seen making a run for it to catch up to his family

The four-year-old had been collecting gifts when he got caught up

He darted past an onlooker who shared footage to social media

The royal festivities appeared to be a lot of fun, with young Louis sticking close to his mum Kate’s side throughout the day.

But as they were making their way along the crowds of people, little Louis became distracted while accepting gifts from well-wishers.

His family continued moving forward, leaving Louis to fall behind the main group.

In an adorable moment caught on camera, Louis suddenly realises there’s a large gap and is seen breaking into a run to chase after his dad and siblings.

He might have missed that his mum was actually standing behind him – and he wasn’t as alone as he may have thought.

Royal fans shared their thoughts about the adorable moment on Twitter.

One person joked: “He is pure chaos.”

Someone else said: “Prince Louis continues to be the gift that keeps on giving.”

Another posted: “Prince Louis is so full of energy! I’d love to hear his conversations.”

His grandfather, King Charles, waved to crowds with a massive grin as he walked with Queen Camilla at his side earlier today.

Mike and Zara Tindall were seen wandering hand-in-hand with daughter Lena who wore a smile ear to ear with her crimson dress.

But Zara’s mum, Princess Anne, didn’t join in the festivities as she was feeling under the weather and remained at home with a cold.

Lady Louise Windsor, Sophie Wessex, Prince Edward and James Viscount Severn – as well as Princess Eugenie and husband Jack Brooksbank – were also spotted.

Prince Andrew was also seen walking into the public church service.

The morning walkabout was only one of the items on the family’s agenda today.

It comes as King Charles shared an emotional tribute to his “beloved mother” the Queen in his first Christmas speech.

The Monarch, 74, announced he was broadcasting his festive message close to where his dear mother, and much-loved father, had been laid to rest.

The King’s speech also acknowledged now is a “time of great hardship” for Brits amid the cost-of-living crisis.

The last 69 speeches had been made by the late Queen, and this was a historic moment for Charles.

In the broadcast, which hit screens and radios at 3pm today, the King acknowledged how special a moment this was for him.

He said: “I am standing here in this exquisite Chapel of St George at Windsor Castle, so close to where my beloved mother, the late Queen, is laid to rest with my dear father.

“I am reminded of the deeply touching letters, cards and messages which so many of you have sent my wife and myself and I cannot thank you enough for the love and sympathy you have shown our whole family.”

He may not have released his mum was just behind him