Paging Chris Farley.
Prince Louis drew comparisons to a young Andrew Giuliani for hilariously stealing the show at the Queen’s Jubilee Thursday— much like the “Saturday Night Live”-spoofed antics of the Big Apple’s goofball former first son during Rudy Giuliani’s mid-90s inauguration speech.
The 4-year-old royal was seen adorably covering his ears and wincing as planes soared over Buckingham Palace, upstaging the 96-year-old monarch and causing onlookers to crack up.
The off-script attention grab by a youngster during the formal ceremony — meant as a tribute to the longest-serving monarch — called to mind 8-year-old Andrew Giuliani hamming it up as his dad gave a speech outlining his ambitious plans as mayor in 1994.
As Hizzoner spoke, the younger Giuliani stood next to him, soaking up the spotlight by blowing kisses to the crowd, climbing onto the podium and yawning, footage shows.
His antics were spoofed in a classic “Saturday Night Live” sketch in which the former mayor’s progeny was played by the late comedic legend Chris Farley.
When Andrew Giuliani announced his plans to run for New York governor last year, the sketch lit up social media and began trending on Twitter.
On Thursday, Twitter users said they were “in tears” over Prince Louis’ similar lack of inhibition.
“Prince Louis is the only royal id like to see land a Netflix deal,” comedian Michelle Collins quipped.