Next Saturday, Prince Louis is set to make his first official public appearance. The one-year-old royal will join the rest of the family at the annual Trooping the Colour ceremony in London on June 8.
Trooping the Colour is held on the Queen’s official birthday and has been a tradition of British infantry regiments since the 17th century.
Louis, who turned one in April, will probably ride in a carriage with his family at the military display.
Actually, Prince Louis attended the celebration even last year. However, he was indoors being cared for by his nanny Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo.
Louis’ appearance at 13 months old will be a similar age to his brother and sister.
Prince George was a little older, almost 2, when he made his Trooping the Colour debut in 2015.
When it comes to Princess Charlotte, this year will mark Charlotte’s fourth time at the event.
According to Daily Mail, the Duchess of Sussex will also attend the celebration. It will mark her first official appearance since giving birth to baby Archie.
Meghan will appear at the event just 31 days after giving birth to her first baby son.
Not long ago, we saw Louis along his brother and sister in cute photos to mark the mom Kate’s garden at the Chelsea Flower Show.
In the photos, the royal kids are seen frolicking in a garden. The Palace also confirmed that George, Charlotte, and Louis gathered sticks, leaves and the pine cones from their home at Anmer Hall for the garden, making Kate’s design experience all the more personal.
It was later reported that George, Charlotte and Louis were so delighted by mommy’s garden that they had made a secret return.
A royal source told Fabulous Digital the Duchess arrived at 7.15am with her three children as the young royals had “wanted to get up early to water the garden”, The Sun reports.