The 8-year-old prince was seen singing along to Rod Stewart's cover of Neil Diamond's "Sweet Caroline," jumping in enthusiastically at the "bam bam bam" moment.

At the Party at the Palace event on Saturday night, Prince George stole the show.

Prince George looked dashing in a suit and tie for the occasion, which was also attended by his mother, Kate Middleton, and father, Prince William.

George and his 7-year-old sister, Princess Charlotte, had a very busy Saturday.

When it comes to how they cover Kate versus Meghan, some British media sources have been accused of having a double standard.

They had previously accompanied their parents to Wales on an official tour.

The family had a great time waving flags and singing along to bands like Duran Duran, Queen, Elton John, Diana Ross, and Alicia Keys at the star-studded extravaganza.

Many commenters speculated that while the video would be dismissed as typical toddler antics, if one of his Sussex cousins, Archie and Lilibet Mountbatten-Windsor, acted similarly, it would be a different matter.

Many users argued that while the video would be dismissed as usual toddler behaviour, it would be a different story if one of his Sussex cousins, Archie and Lilibet Mountbatten-Windsor, performed similarly.

It depicts Louis poking his tongue out at his mother, making funny expressions at her, and covering her lips with his hand when she speaks to him.