To mark Prince Louis’ birthday, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge shared birthday photos on their official Instagram account.
Prince Louis, just like many others, had to celebrate his second birthday at home with his family due to the ongoing crisis. But from what we can see, Prince Louis has no problem staying home, thanks to his parents Prince William and Kate, who have all sorts of activities planned to keep their three children entertained, so it’s fair to assume that his big day was no exception.
Lots of people sent their best wishes to the prince for his birthday, and his parents responded by sharing a couple of photos of the young Prince on their official Instagram account, with the caption: “Instagram vs Reality. Thank you for all your lovely messages on Prince Louis’ second birthday! The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are very pleased to share new photographs of Prince Louis, taken by the Duchess this April.”
The two photos shared were of Prince Louis hand-painting, with his hands being rainbow-coloured in the first one, while in the second one he managed to get paint on his face. The fans absolutely loved the photos, but so did his aunt Princess Eugenie, who couldn’t help herself and commented a love heart emoji on the post.
The youngest of the three Cambridge children were photographed in the garden of the family’s Norfolk home by his mother. The proud parents said that they were “very pleased to share” the series of photographs to celebrate this big milestone for Louis, as this has become somewhat of a tradition for when it comes to celebrating their children’s birthdays.
Louis, Charlotte and George are being homeschooled by their parents at the moment while self-isolating in their countryside residence. Prince William and Kate have revealed that they have tried to explain the ongoing pandemic to their children in a way they will understand, to at least have a certain grasp on why things are the way they are.
In a recent interview with the BBC, the Duchess said: “George is much older than Louis is but they are aware, I’m always surprised. And although you don’t want to scare them and make it too overwhelming. I think it is appropriate to acknowledge it in simple ways and age-appropriate ways.”