Future King Scene-Stealer! Prince William Delights Guests at Royal Ascot by Copying Son Prince Louis' Playful Mood at Events

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The Prince of Wales at Royal Ascot 2024.

Jun. 20 2024, Published 5:41 p.m. ET

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Prince William, 41, decided to let his inner child loose at Royal Ascot on Wednesday, June 19, which had some commentators comparing his "adorable behavior" to his youngest son, Prince Louis!

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The British royal family, including Prince William, are out and about during Royal Ascot Week 2024.

The heir to the throne was in an excellent mood while spending time with his in-laws, Carole and Michael Middleton, along with his cousins Zara and her husband, Mike Tindall, Princess Beatrice and her husband, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, and Princess Eugenie and her husband, Jack Brooksbank.

William appeared to be enjoying himself, feeling happy and relaxed in the group’s company. He was spotted playfully tugging on the tassel of Eugenie's hat, grinning widely, while Princess Beatrice laughed along with the antics.

This comes amid recent reports that suggest the next king is "thriving in his role" as Prince of Wales, even though he is grappling with King Charles and Princess Kate's cancer struggles.

"I think it remains very positive that Prince William has really stepped up to the mark with the king being out of action for a few months," royal photographer Samir Hussein told an outlet.

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His Majesty King William V was immediately Britain and the Commonwealth's new monarch the second his father died.

The lensman then spoke about the heir to the British throne's own personal crisis while being all smiles as royal duty calls.

"Prince William’s been through so much, obviously, with what’s been happening with Kate, which we didn’t know about for so long," he added. "I think he’s done remarkably well in really, really trying circumstances."

William has attended most all major royal events that reach their yearly peak during the spring and summer months.

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Catherine, Princess of Wales at 2024's Trooping the Colour.

As far as when his future queen will return to normal royal duties after her "statement-making" Trooping the Colour appearance, a Kensington Palace spokesperson also told the outlet: "The princess is not expected to return to work until it's cleared by her medical team. Early childhood will continue to be central to her public work."

Before this year's military parade, Kate had not appeared in public at an event or engagement since Christmas Day 2023. Meanwhile, King Charles returned to public royal duties in late April, and his medical team continues to claim the monarch is "doing well" with his treatments.

Both the sovereign and Princess of Wales' types of cancer have not been disclosed to the public. Some medical insiders have claimed the King is likely dealing with a lymphoma malignancy whereas the future queen could be using chemo to destroy potential cancer cells in her colon.

Prince William has stood by his wife and father's sides throughout their ordeals this year, but one royal insider suggests these double "blows" when added to losing Diana, Princess of Wales, when he was only 15, could have the future king "in crisis."

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Prince William delivering a speech at the D-Day commemoration events in France, June 6, 2024.

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Daily Mirror reported on William's Royal Ascot antics.



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