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The Queen gave a nod to her cheeky grandson Louis as she met crowds of supporters during a visit to the Isle of Man today. 

Meeting a baby with the same name, Camilla said: “I have a Louis grandson… quite a handful.”

Prince Louis is, of course, the youngest child of the Prince and Princess of Wales. The five-year-old is known for stealing the show with his many funny faces during major royal engagements.

The Queen’s comment about Louis came as she greeted people outside Douglas Borough Council, after officially declaring Douglas a city.

She made the brief visit on behalf of her husband, the King.

She told well-wishers the King was “so sorry” not to make the occasion but thanked people for their “warm welcome”, before reading out a speech he had prepared.

It read: “The granting of your city status is particularly special to me, as your Letters Patent are the only ones in existence that hold both my signature and that of my late mother.

“Therefore, ladies and gentlemen, as you mark your well-deserved status as one of the newest cities in the British Isles, and the only one of the Crown Dependencies, I would like to offer on behalf of my wife and myself, my heartfelt congratulations and my very best wishes for the future.”

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