Prince Louis is there to cheer up in these troubled times. The young royal celebrates his second birthday tomorrow, and new photos of him, taken by Kate Middleton earlier this month, were released to mark the occasion – a movement that has become something of a tradition for children of Kate and Prince William.
In the soft images, Louis likes to experiment with painting and we can even see the results of his artistic creation!
Louis currently lives with his parents and older siblings at Anmer Hall, the Cambridges home on Sandringham grounds, their home in Norfolk. While Kate and Will used Zoom to fulfill their responsibilities, opening remote hospitals and calling video workers on the front lines of the COVID-19 crisis, their three children adapted to changes in their own lifestyles .
Rather than attending Thomas’s Battersea, a private Tony school in London, Princess Charlotte and Prince George receive an education at home and find plenty of time for leisure. “Children have such endurance,” Kate told the BBC in a recent interview. “You pitch a tent, take it down again, cook, cook. You are getting to the end of the day – they had a great time, but it’s amazing how crowded you can be in a day, c ‘is on.”
They also kept in touch with loved ones on video chat, although Louis did not make things easier. “It is getting a little hectic, I’m not going to lie, with the two-year-old,” Kate said in the same interview.
William agreed. “For some reason, he sees the red button and still wants to press the red button,” admitted the prince.