Prince Louis is the third child of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Even with being only two months old the public can’t wait to get their next look at the newest member of the royal family. Their excitement is growing alongside him. When will their wishes be fulfilled?
Prince Louis was born on April 23 at St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington, London, weighing 8lbs 7oz.
Louis has two other siblings, both older than him. Prince George is four and Princess Charlotte is three.
He is fifth in line to the British throne. He has already made his mark in royal history, as he is the first British prince to be ranked behind an elder sister in the line of succession after Charlotte made history by keeping her spot. The little prince’s full title is His Royal Highness Prince Louis Arthur Charles of Cambridge.
The public saw the young prince right after his birth, on the way home from the hospital alongside his father and mother.
Since then, we have gotten adorable pictures of baby Louis at home being kissed on the forehead by his big sister, but there hasn’t been any new news since then.
When will we get to see him again? Experts think that the reason behind his absence is to prevent him to steal the spotlight from Harry and Meghan, as the couple finally wed on May 19th.
Now with that over, royal fans are eager to see the next big event.
If we take a look at his siblings, there is a good chance that we will get to see Louis when it comes time for his christening.
The first sightings of both his older siblings, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, were around the time or after their christening.
George’s took place at the Chapel Royal in London’s St James’s Palace, more than three months after his birth.
Charlotte was instead at St. Mary Magdalene Church in Norfolk, on the grounds of the Queen’s Sandringham estate when she was two months old.
Both christenings were quite personal family affairs and were kept away from the public eye, and photos from the event were released after the special day to the public.
In that case, we can expect some new photos to see how the prince is getting on now that he’s a bit bigger.
However, an in-person sighting of the tiny royal may take a little longer.