Prince Louis stepped out for his first royal engagement Monday.
The young prince, who recently celebrated his 5th birthday, took part in the Big Help Out -- an event held across the U.K. that encouraged people to mark King Charles III's coronation by volunteering in their communities -- assisting in the renovation of a hut for the 3rd Upton Scout Group.
Louis attended the volunteer event alongside his parents, Prince William and Kate, the Princess of Wales, and his two older siblings, Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
During the day, Louis, who did not attend Sunday's Coronation Concert, which was attended by the rest of his family, was seen shoveling with his mom.
George and Charlotte also pitched in, with George sitting in a digger with his dad and Charlotte staining some wood.
Louis even tried his hand at some archery with his siblings.
Kate also gave archery a shot, with husband William looking on.
This event comes after a busy coronation weekend for Louis' grandfather Charles and Charles' wife Queen Camilla.
As is his nature, Louis stole the show during the festivities with his rambunctious personality. He was seen dancing and yawning throughout the coronation proceedings.