Prince Louis shows up again in another video!
Prince William, wife Kate, and their little bundle of joy have returned to their country home in Norfolk.
On Wednesday, the trio was spotted boarding the helicopter at Kensington Palace. It is understood that they are returning to Norfolk where George and Charlotte are spending their half term break.
In the video, Kate is wearing a blue dress and sunglasses. She is also carrying an overnight bag over her one arm, and she is holding Louis in the other arm.
The new video posted on Twitter by Royal fan Christin Zi, gives us a glimpse again of six-month-old Louis.
On Monday, a Twitter account named: Tea Time With The Cambridge’s posted a video in which shows the parents arriving by helicopter at Kensington Palace with their 6-month-old baby boy.
Kate and William had flown into the capital a day before the state banquet for King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands hosted by the Queen at Buckingham Palace.
Apparently, the couple stayed in London only for the night and returned back with Louis in Norfolk.
It is understood that during the state banquet, grandma Carole Middleton looked after her third grandchild.
The last time we saw little Louis in public was at his christening back in July.
It was reported that William and Kate are doing everything to protect their children’s privacy and keep them out of the limelight as much as possible.
In 2016, Prince William told the BBC that he and Catherine want their kids to have a normal upbringing, which includes not telling Prince George that he will be king one day.
“There’ll be a time and a place to bring George up and understand how he fits in, in the world,” he said.
Ken Wharfe, Princess Diana’s former bodyguard, also told People how the Queen impacts the raising of royal kids. “The Queen doesn’t like too much, too early. Her belief is that they are children and should stay out of the limelight,” he said.
“George will know exactly who he is, and William and Kate will want to make sure that his moment of entering royal glory is kept away as long as possible.”