A young boy stole the show in St Peter's Square on Saturday (October 26) as he climbed on stage to greet Pope Francis and stayed close by as the pontiff delivered his speech. The scene, that took place while Pope Francis was meeting Catholic families from around the world as part of the 'Family Day' celebrations, was captured by Vatican Television and photographers. Credit: Youtube/GNC Global News Channel
Video: Little boy steals the show during Pope speech
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