Mischievous Prince Louis blows out sister Princess Charlotte’s candle during Christmas concert

Prince Louis is up to mischief again.

The young royal was photographed attempting to blow out his sister Charlotte’s candle during a special Christmas Carol Service at Westminster Abbey on Friday evening.

The five-year-old was snapped puffing his cheeks out much to the amusement of his big sister.

It was Louis’ debut appearance at the third annual “Together at Christmas” carol concert, which was hosted by the Princess of Wales.

Earlier Louis, Charlotte, 8, and Prince George, 10, were seen dropping off letters for Father Christmas in a red post office box before singing carols alongside their parents, the Prince and Princess of Wales.

The service, which was supported by The Royal Foundation, honored those who work to support babies, young children and families in communities across the UK.

Prince Louis was snapped trying to blow out his sister, Princess Charlotte’s, candle. POOL/AFP via Getty Images
It was the young royal’s first appearance at the “Together at Christmas” concert. Getty Images

It also showcased “the hope of new life and why it is so important to build supportive, nurturing worlds around children and the adults in their lives.”

It’s not the first time Louis has stolen the spotlight with his cheeky antics.

In June, the youngster delighted the crowds at Trooping the Colour when he gave a salute on the Buckingham Palace balcony.

Louis has become a royal fan favorite with his antics. Getty Images

He was also seen throwing his fists into the air and seemingly pretending to ride a motorbike.

Earlier, while sitting in a horse-drawn carriage with his siblings, Louis held his nose seemingly in disgust at the smell of horse excrement.

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He mostly behaved during his grandfather’s coronation in May but couldn’t hide his boredom during the ceremony as he was caught repeatedly yawning.

Louis pulled a host of dramatic faces at the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations. Getty Images

But Louis really burnished his “slightly less than royal” behavior at Queen Elizabeth II’s Jubilee celebrations in June 2022.

He first made headlines during a flypast when he covered his ears and began to scream while also pulling a carousel of silly faces.

A couple of days later, Louis pulled some naughty faces including poking out his tongue and putting his thumb on his nose while wriggling his remaining fingers, as Middleton attempted to chastise him.

Louis pulled some naughty faces during a Platinum Jubilee concert. Getty Images

Mike Tindall, who is married to Prince William’s cousin, Zara, blamed the tyke’s behavior on a “complete sugar high.”

The Prince and Princess of Wales poked fun at their little one’s antics in an Instagram post following the celebrations.

Alongside a roundup of Instagram photos they wrote: “We all had an incredible time, especially Louis… 👀.”