THE Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s children have been in the public eye for years — but they are becoming mini superstars in their own right, as their Q&A with Sir David Attenborough proves.
As these adorable photos show, he’s been a royal star in waiting since he was born.
The two-year-old made his public speaking debut at the weekend, alongside his siblings Prince George, seven, and five-year-old Princess Charlotte, quizzing the veteran broadcaster on his favourite animals.
It also showed just how much the young Royal has grown, although he’s always been a big boy.
He made history as the heaviest heir to the throne in a century, weighing 8lb 7oz when he was born on April 23, 2018.
In pictures released to mark his second birthday, comparisons were immediately drawn to childhood snaps of his mum — and Kate apparently loves it.
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The images, captured by amateur photographer Kate, showcase his playful spirit too as he beams at the camera, having smeared paint across his cheeks.
The Duchess of Cambridge revealed that her youngest son is a huge fan, saying: “One of Louis’ first words was ‘Mary’.”
He cheers whenever he sees her on TV and likes to point out what he would like to eat from her cookbooks kept in the Royal household.
He made his public debut at Trooping The Colour and made us smile as he waved enthusiastically at the crowds from the Buckingham Palace balcony — as well as making us laugh with his funny faces.
And just like both his parents, he is a fan of the outdoors.
During a visit to the Royal Horticultural Society in Wisley, Surrey, Kate told one guest that her youngest son is a nature lover and “loves to smell flowers”.
Prince William has also told how Louis loves tractors and diggers.
He isn’t afraid to get stuck in if there is fun to be had.
Before the pandemic, Kate, who has said she is keen for her children to live as normal a life as possible, took Louis to £12 weekly music classes.
It’s perhaps where his love of singing comes from — Kate revealed that Happy Birthday was one of his favourite songs at a reception at Buckingham Palace celebrating mental health charity Place2Be’s 25th anniversary in March.
But it seems he has developed one slightly inconvenient habit — cutting off his parents’ phone and video calls.
Prince William said: “For some reason, he sees the red button and he always wants to press the red button.”
Louis is due to start nursery in January and wherever his parents choose to send him, the cute royal is sure to make friends with everyone he meets.
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