Prince Louis' Funny Behind-The-Scenes Birthday Photos Had Fans Laughing
On Thursday, April 23, 2020, little Prince Louis celebrated his second birthday. New portraits of the toddler were shared on social media and royal fans couldn’t help but react.
His mother and father, Prince William, 37, took to their Kensington Palace social media account to share five new portraits to mark the special day. The photos were taken by Kate this month.
Louis’s birthday photos
Louis was photographed smiling while wearing a blue gingham shirt. His hands and face were messy with colored paint that somehow managed to not end up on his clothes.
What a wonderful surprise!!
Four images were shared ahead of his birthday, while two more appeared on his birthday. The sixth image was a colored handprint of the little toddler’s hand.
We have been so spoilt for Prince Louis birthday. What an adorable little boy. He has so much character!— Anna (@AnnaofCambridge) April 23, 2020
Happy Birthday little Lou Lou! We are are so lucky to watch you grow up! #princelouis #happybirthdayprincelouis
Creating artwork for healthcare workers
Louis made rainbow-colored paintings in support of the National Health Service (NHS) workers and other essential workers who are battling against the coronavirus pandemic. His siblings, Prince George, 6, and Princess Charlotte, also joined in on the project.
Haha I knew it! The photo of his hands hovering around his face, I knew he was tempted 😅❤️— queen vic (@queenviktoriah) April 23, 2020
Instagram vs Reality
The two images of Louis that were shared on Thursday featured the humorous caption: “Instagram Vs Reality.” The “Instagram” photo showed the prince holding out both of his hands that were colored in the paint.
this is the best— Emma (@Emma69371547) April 23, 2020
Louis’s humorous Twitter pics
The “Reality” image featured the youngest Cambridge smeared with colored paint on his face while making a funny face. Fans on Twitter loved the humor and pictures; and shared their thoughts in comments.
This is the funniest tweet ever 😂👏🏻👏🏻— Emma (@Emma_Victoriaaa) April 23, 2020
Fans respond to birthday photos
One fan felt spoilt for choice with the many photos of the “adorable” toddler who had “so much character!” Someone else commented: “Haha I knew it! The photo of his hands hovering around his face, I knew he was tempted.”
What a wonderful surprise!! Loving this collection 🥰 And happiest of birthdays to Prince Louis!!— The Elegant Duchess (@duchessnat) April 23, 2020
“The funniest tweet ever”
Thank you for sharing all these photos of adorable wee Louis! Loved all of them but the painted face picture is what we were all dying to see let’s be honest 🤣🙏🏻— Katie (@katiesroyallove) April 23, 2020
Calling off a big celebration
Previously, a source had revealed that Kate called off her son’s “big birthday party” due to COVID-19. However, the insider alleged William planned on cooking “chicken and burgers on BBQ and play outdoor sports and games as a family” if the weather was agreeable on the day.
🌈💙😁 Well played 😍 Wondered if this would be the final result. And it’s GORGEOUS ❤️ too too cute. Thank you for this new picture on Prince Louis 2’nd birthday 🎂— 🇬🇧🇪🇺 Hannah 💛👱🏼♀️🌼 (@WomenOfWindsor) April 23, 2020
Self-isolating in Norfolk
A cake was also going to be available for the toddler. The family is currently self-isolating at their country home in Anmer Hall, Norfolk.
Cambridge kids honor healthcare workers
Besides celebrating birthdays, the Cambridge children are already learning how to do their bit as royals. On March 26, 2020, the three children made a surprise appearance on their parent’s social media accounts, where they were seen clapping together.
Dressing like their parents
They gave a round of applause for all those helping patients affected by the novel coronavirus pandemic for #ClapForOurCarers. A Twitter user also noticed how the two older children had been dressed to look like past photos of their parents.
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