Prince Louis already stole the show on 2 official royal portraits for Prince Charles' birthday
Prince Charles celebrated his 70th birthday on November 14. To mark the special day, the Royal released two family portraits a day before that featured his grandchild baby Louis.
Royal photographer Chris Jackson had the pleasure of taking some family portraits to honor Prince Charles on his 70th birthday. Jackson shared two images with one where the family was more formal.
In both pictures, Charles was seen sitting on a bench in the garden of Clarence House. He was surrounded by his close family, his wife Duchess Camilla and his two sons Prince William and Prince Harry.
Happy 70th birthday to HRH The Prince of Wales. pic.twitter.com/xmiPV4K7w4— The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall (@ClarenceHouse) November 14, 2018
On Charles’ lap was his grandchild Prince George and his granddaughter Princess Charlotte was seated next to Camilla. The Royal’s last grandchild from William, Prince Louis, was comfortably held in Kate’s arms as he stole the show.
The family was seen smiling as they posed in blue and white themed clothing. Jackson captured the Instagram image:
“Happy Birthday to the Prince of Wales! 70 tomorrow!”
The second family portrait was shared on Instagram by Clarence House and Jackson. It included the same family members but this time they were much more laid back.
Jackson photographed the family with Prince George laughing on his grandfather's knee while Duchess Camilla was seen pointing something out to Princess Charlotte. Duchess Meghan was photographed leaning forward and laughing.
It appeared as though the family was laughing at something behind the photographer. Charles will have a birthday celebration at Buckingham Palace.
Earlier in the month, Royal fans were treated to another rare image of little Prince Louis. The baby was photographed for the BBC One documentary “Prince, Son and Heir: Charles at 70.”
In the image, little Louis was held by his mother as his grandfather looked lovingly at him while holding his tiny hands.