ROYAL fans were delighted to see a series of new pictures of Prince Louis ahead of his second birthday last week. Now it seems it’s not just his looks that are changing after royal experts revealed exactly what the young prince is like after turning two.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge released a set of brand new photos of Prince Louis taken by Kate to mark his second birthday. The young Prince had got his hands dirty making a heartwarming rainbow tribute to NHS staff. Now, a royal expert has shared their insight into what Prince Louis is like as he grows another year older.
Prince Louis, who is fifth in line to the throne, celebrated his special day on 23 April – St George’s Day.
Royal fans couldn’t help but notice he is the spitting image of big brother Prince George in the photos.
However, it seems Louis isn’t one to be told what to do by his older brother as he is known for being outgoing and “holding his own”.
Giving a glimpse of his character, royal expert Katie Nicholl told OK!: “Louis dotes on his older brother and sister and is always trying to keep up with them.
The expert says ‘Louis dotes on his older brother and sister’ (Image: getty)
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge released a set of brand new photos of Prince Louis taken by Kate to mark his second birthday (Image: PA)
“He’s talking lots now and is holding his own.
“He’s got quite an outgoing personality from what I’ve been told.
“He’s certainly not shy.”
The Cambridges recently hinted that he’s becoming quite a wilful toddler and often comes close to sabotaging regular calls to the family via Zoom.
Prince Louis celebrated his special day on 23 April – St George’s Day (Image: getty)
“It gets a bit hectic, I’m not going to lie, with the two-year-old,” said Kate, 38.
Back in January, Kate let slip that her youngest was already showing off his newfound skills of agility, proudly telling her, “Mummy, I’m balancing!”
She has also described Louis as “a fast crawler” and hinted that he’s just as energetic as her older two, “bombing around” as soon as he was able.
The sweet rainbow making photos taken to mark his birthday were captured at the family’s Norfolk home, Anmer Hall.
The Cambridges recently hinted that he’s becoming quite a wilful toddler (Image: getty)
The Cambridges revealed George often comes close to sabotaging regular calls to the family via Zoom (Image: getty)
The colourful images showed the youngest son of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, William and Kate making a print of a rainbow, which is the adopted symbol of hope during the pandemic.
This comes as no surprise as Kate has always been a keen photographer and artist herself.
Earlier on this year the royal got to enjoy a very artistic trip: she visited the Royal Opera House, where she toured the costume department.
Wearing a purple Oscar de la Renta suit, Kate visited the theater’s dye shop and pattern room, and saw costumers at work, all before taking in a ballet rehearsal.
Royal Family tree (Image: EXPRESS)
Shortly after the duchess’s visit, Kensington Palace announced that Kate would be “exploring her interest in the use and manufacture of textiles through learning opportunities,” such as other similar visits.
Kate has been homeschooling George, Charlotte and Louis during lockdown, and previously admitted that she kept up homeschooling for her three children throughout the Easter holidays.
She said: “It’s just having that bit of structure, actually.
“It’s great, there are so many great tips online and fun activities that you can do with the children so it hasn’t been all hardcore,” she explained.
Prince Louis is is known for being outgoing and holding his own (Image: GETTY)
Other royals have also shared birthday messages via social media.
Clarence House posted a heartwarming image of Prince Charles cuddling Louis, along with the message, “The young Prince enjoys a hug from his Grandfather, The Prince of Wales.”
The black and white photo sits in the drawing room of Charles’s Scottish home, Birkhall.
It seems he got his creative side from his mother.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK