It seems Prince Louis, who will be turning two next month on April 23rd, has one special thing he will be excited about once his birthday is near the corner.
Well, Prince Louis’ is going to celebrate his second birthday next month.
According to his mother, Duchess Catherine, the good, old Happy Birthday song is Louis’ favourite song. This will, you know, make his birthday celebrations extra special no doubt. Everyone will be singing his favourite song to him as he opens all his presents and eats his yummy birthday cake.
Speaking to HELLO! in Buckingham Palace celebrating the 25th birthday of Place2Be, a mental health charity that supports children and young people, the Duchess of Cambridge wished two of the choir members a very happy birthday. The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate, even joked that it ought to be her singing to them instead.
The mum-of-three then went on to share that the classic Happy Birthday tune is one of Louis’s favourite songs’.
How cute is that?
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Kate Middleton has had very busy for the past couple of days. From reuniting with her brother-in-law and his wife, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, at the Commonwealth Day service to rushing back to Buckingham Palace to host the 25th birthday celebrations of Place2Be.
Duchess Catherine even posted about the event on her official shared Instagram account, @KensingtonRoyal. Furthermore, Kate Middleton captioned a short video before concluding the night.
Speaking at this evening’s reception, The Duchess said: ‘Having visited many of your schools, meeting hundreds of your wonderful staff, children and young people, it is heart-warming to see that the support you provide is so much more than just being there in a time of desperate need’.
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