The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s youngest, Prince Louis, maybe three, but in comparison to his older siblings have had much less exposure to the public, mostly due to COVID.
However, the royals have determined that he is now ready to attend a service at St Mary Magdalene Church along with the rest of the royal family on Christmas day.
Every Christmas the Queen gathers her family at their Sandringham Estate in Norfolk to celebrate the holidays, Prince Louis’ older siblings, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, previously joined their parents William and Kate for the church service in 2019.
Last year wasn’t an option as well, as the service was cancelled due to the pandemic, however, his December they will resume their usual plans and head to Sandringham.
The young Prince still has much to do in terms of royal duties, for example, he still hasn’t attended an official royal tour, despite being older than his siblings was when they attended their first.
His older brother George was only 10-months-old when he travelled to Australia and New Zealand in 2014, while his older sister Charlotte, who was born in 2015, travelled to Canada in 2016 and to Poland and Germany in 2017 with William, Kate and George.
Even younger cousin Archie Mountbatten-Windsor, Prince Harry and Meghan’s son, has attended his first official tour, going to South Africa with Harry and Meghan in 2019.
At the beginning of 2020, the Cambridges were due to visit towns ravaged by the Australian wildfires, however, this too was prevented by the pandemic.
Another royal duty Prince Louis has not yet participated in is being the pageboy at a royal wedding, while his siblings have filled this role several times, as they were among the wedding parties at the ceremonies of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank, Harry and Meghan and Pippa Middleton and James Matthews.
James Middleton, who is Louis’ uncle, got married earlier this year, however, we don’t know if the little Prince acted as pageboy.