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His Royal Cuteness

His Royal Cuteness
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His Royal Highness Prince Louis Arthur Charles of Cambridge turned two in April this year. These photos are guaranteed to make you say, “Aww!”

The royal record-breaker

The royal record-breaker
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On April 23, 2018, Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, gave birth to the third Cambridge baby at the Lindo Wing of St. Mary’s Hospital in London. On April 27, Prince William and Kate announced they would name their child Louis Arthur Charles. The fifth in line to the throne, he broke a royal record the day he was born. Weighing in at a robust 3.8kg at birth, Prince Louis ranks as the number one heaviest newborn to the throne in at least 100 years.

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His first royal walkabout

His first royal walkabout
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Prince William and Kate Middleton take Prince Louis outside the Lindo Wing for the little Prince’s first royal walkabout, which is what the royal family calls meet-and-greets with the public.

A mother’s gaze

A mother’s gaze
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Kate gazes lovingly into the sweet face of her newborn son. She looks amazing for someone who had just given birth literally hours earlier.

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Prince William as the typical suburban dad

Prince William as the typical suburban dad
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Prince William almost pulls it off, except we know that when he snaps Prince Louis’s baby seat in, they’ll be heading off to Kensington Palace, which is where the Cambridge family makes its home.

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Close-up in a car seat

Close-up in a car seat
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Here’s a close-up of the sleeping newborn in his car seat, which is being carried by Prince William.

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Wanted: For being ridiculously adorable

Wanted: For being ridiculously adorable
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Be on the lookout for this adorable baby. He’s been seldom seen by the public during his first year, but you’ll recognise him from these “mug shots.”

“When one’s mummy takes one’s photo”

“When one’s mummy takes one’s photo”
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Kate took this photo of Prince Louis at Kensington Palace and turned it into what the royal family refers to as a “handout photo” to give the world its first official look at the newborn.

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The royal baby’s birth on paper

The royal baby’s birth on paper
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All births in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland must be registered within 42 days of the child being born, and that’s true for members of the royal family as well. According to the official website of the royal family, Prince Louis’s birth was registered at Kensington Palace on May 1, 2018, and was witnessed by a Registrar from the Westminster Register Office.

Arriving for Louis’s christening

Arriving for Louis’s christening
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“On July 9, 2018, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge followed generations of the royal family by having their youngest child, Prince Louis, baptised in the historic surroundings of the Chapel Royal at St James’s Palace,” according to the royal family’s official website. Here we see the Cambridges arriving – Louis in his mum’s arms, and Prince William leading his two older children, Princess Charlotte and Prince George. Behind them, you can see a glimpse of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

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