Prince William and Duchess Catherine share special pics of their youngest child Prince Louis for his second birthday.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have released new photographs of Prince Louis painting a rainbow.
The colourful painting of rainbow has become a symbol of hope in Britain during the current crisis. The photos of Prince Louis show his hands all covered in paint. The little royal creates his rainbow poster, matching similar artworks made by small children across the country and put up in windows of their homes.
All the pictures of the youngest child of the Cambridges were taken earlier this month by Kate. The pictures were taken at their family home in eastern England where they are staying during the coronavirus lockdown.
Prince Louis, who is fifth in line to the throne, has a six-year-old brother, Prince George, and four-year-old sister, Princess Charlotte. Last month the family even released a video of them joining nationwide applause of thanks to the nation’s healthcare workers.
Louis’s celebrations come just days after his great grandmother, the Queen, celebrated her 94th birthday.
Ever since the lockdown was announced, the Cambridges have been in the company only of their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, and their nanny, Maria Teresa Turrion Borallo.
We are sure both Kate and William would have loved to throw a big family birthday bash for their little child, this year is obviously a little different. The Duke and Duchess will still try to make the occasion as special as possible.
Duchess Catherine won’t let any birthday pass without a celebration. So even though the family are in self-isolation, she’ll definitely make sure Prince Louis enjoys his day. She hopes to organise fairly low-key parties for the children.
Usually Kate Middleton’s parents Carole and Michael are present. Accompanying them are their children Pippa and James Middleton. This year though will be a lot quieter, of course, but there will be presents that Kate has bought for him online, as well as a tea party. And if the weather’s nice, they’re sure to be out in the gardens.”
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