Us Weekly: Prince Louis Gets to Know More Royal Family Traditions after His Second Birthday
In April 2020, Prince Louis turned two and now the little royal is ready to learn some new family traditions, according to “Us Weekly.” Louis will finally get to do some of the things his older siblings are permitted to do.
Prince Louis’ birthday party was canceled due to the novel coronavirus disease outbreak, but the boy was still celebrated on his special day. Now that he’s turned two, the little boy will get to take part in playdates and do some baking with his mother, Duchess Kate, 38.
His older siblings, Prince George, 6, and Princess Charlotte, 4, are no strangers to these family traditions. An insider confirmed Louis would be taking part in the activities stating, “It’s something she [Kate] likes to do with George,” adding:
“Louis will be introduced to lots more traditions now that he’s 2.”
LOUIS LEARNS FAMILY TRADITIONS
The source continued: “He’s [Louis] had lots of practice and loves to join in when the family make supper.” His mother and father, Prince William, 37, are allegedly “so happy to be easing him into the more heartwarming aspects of royal life.”
KEEPING THE KIDS BUSY
The Cambridge parents have been working hard to make sure their three children are entertained while in quarantine against the virus. However, when they aren’t doing that they’re helping out the rest of the Royal Family “in every way possible.”
CAMBRIDGE’S HELP THE QUEEN
“The wonderful thing about Kate and William is that they remain focused and calm even during their most challenging times.”
LOUIS' BIRTHDAY PICS
For his April 23 birthday, Prince Louis posed for several portraits that were taken by Kate. The fun images were photographed on the grounds of the family's home, Anmer Hall, on the Queen's Sandringham Estate in Norfolk.
PRINCE LOUIS' PORTRAITS
In the pictures, the toddler had his hands covered in rainbow-colored finger paint as he worked on some artwork. The little boy wore a blue-checked shirt for the photoshoot.
CLAPPING FOR CARERS
Last month, Louis wasn’t the only one celebrated as his whole family came together to applaud NHS workers and those on the frontlines of the pandemic. The family of five took part in the “Clap for Carers” campaign in a special appearance on the BBC.
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