Prince Louis Is Reportedly George & Charlotte's Lookalike in 2nd Birthday Photos
On April 23, 2018, Prince William and Kate Middleton welcomed their third child, Prince Louis. The young lad turned two this year, and to celebrate the milestone, new photos of him all grown up were released. Discussing Louis' semblance with his sibling, a royal insider said:
"Louis shares similar personality traits to both George and Charlotte, but if I had to pick out of the two, I'd say he's more like Charlotte."
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Louis of Cambridge watch a flypast from the balcony of Buckingham Palace during Trooping The Colour, on June 8, 2019, in London, England. | Photo: Getty Images.
Kate, who has been a keen photographer, was responsible for taking most of her children's pictures, including the ones released for Louis' birthday.
While the two-year-old has grown into his own look, there are traces of his older brother, George, and older sister, Charlotte, observed in his looks.
The photos featured an adorable Louis with paint-covered hands as he made his own artistic rendition of the rainbow that symbolizes support for the U.K's National Health Service workers on the frontlines to fight the novel coronavirus.
When George turned two, the family released an adorable picture of the toddler in a sweet moment with his father.
Charlotte and Louis were the cheekiest of the three.
On Charlotte's second birthday, a photo taken by Kate was also released. Viewing those precious pictures together with Louis's, it was evident that the kids were a perfect trio of cuteness.
Late in March, the perfect royal trio joined the world to appreciate all the workers caring for those who were affected by COVID-19 by joining the #clapforourcarers movement. A video of the three bright children clapping enthusiastically in unison was released and captioned:
"To all the doctors, nurses, carers, GPs, pharmacists, volunteers, and other NHS staff working tirelessly to help those affected by #COVID19: thank you.."
The video of the three doing their part to boost morale across the U.K reminded people of Queen Elizabeth and her sister Margaret's effort to keep their people's hopes up during World War II.
In 1940, amid the heat of the Second World War, 14-year-old Elizabeth had taken to the radio to address children across the Commonwealth, many of whom had been displaced from their homes, due to the war. She was joined by her sister, Margaret, who was ten at the time.
According to a Closer Weekly exclusive, a royal insider dished that the three young royals are the best of friends.
George, Charlotte, and Louis loved to play games, especially board games, but Charlotte and Louis were the cheekiest of the three, both of them often enjoyed being the center of attention. The royal tot's birthday is surrounded with accompanying birthdays as well!
His great-grandmother celebrated her 94th birthday just two days before him, and his big sister, Charlotte would turn five on May 2. This time of the year would be exceptionally happy for the royal toddler.