Prince Louis Looks Cute in Big Brother Prince George's Blue Jacket Once Worn for Special Lunch
It is not the first time that the little prince has donned something inherited from his older brother's closet.
The royal family went out to spend time together enjoying a pantomime performance. Princes George, 7, Louis, 2, and Princess Charlotte, 5, went to the theater with their parents William Duke of Cambridge, 38, and Catherine Duchess of Cambridge.
In his first time walking the red carpet, Prince Louis looked in awe and he spent the entire journey holding the hand of his mother. Despite being a small boy, he looked like a little man used to being around people.
The family dressed in coordinated outfits, as the duchess usually does, especially with her three children. Prince Louis looked very comfortable in a cozy blue jumper that immediately stood out as the same one that his older brother wore at another event.
Sure enough, the same jacket was worn by Prince George three years ago during the traditional annual pre-Christmas luncheon members of the royal family have with the queen at Buckingham Palace.
OTHER INHERITED CLOTHES
On another occasion, Prince Louis also wore clothes inherited from the wardrobe of his older brother. It was last September when the royal family gathered in Kensington Palace Gardens to meet Sir David Attenborough.
On that occasion, Prince Louis wore a blue jumper that his brother Prince George wore during his parents' royal tour to Canada in 2016. Also the first time Louis attended Trooping the Color, he wore a blue and white outfit that he wore Prince Harry at the same event but in 1986.
Prince William and his wife Catherine looked relaxed and happy with their children during the theatrical performance. The family sat together in the family box, Louis on his mother's lap, while Charlotte and George clapped from their seats.
During intermission, the royal couple met the artists backstage to thank them for their performance. Also, after the presentation, Prince William gave a short speech to thank key workers for their effort and dedication during these months of the pandemic.
In the official publication that Kensington Palace made of the event, fans praised the royal family showing their respect and affection for them. Additionally, some couldn't help but compare Prince Louis to his maternal grandfather.
Several of the comments highlighted the resemblance of the youngest royal to Michael Middleton, Duchess Catherine's father. Others also highlighted the similarity in the face of Princess Charlotte with her great-grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II.
CHRISTMAS ROYAL TRADITION
For the past 30 years, Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh have celebrated the Christmas holidays at Sandringham with their children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year things will be different.
In October the royal family's official website reported that, due to health care policies due to the pandemic, large-scale meetings were suspended both at Buckingham Palace or Windsor Castle for the remainder of the year.
It is for this reason that this year the queen and her husband will spend Christmas Day at Windsor Castel. This suggests that the queen's traditional pre-Christmas lunch for her family will not take place this year.