Prince William and Kate Middleton have released 4 new family portraits – and they’re absolutely adorable!
This comes after their youngest son Prince Louis’ christening took place at the Chapel Royal in St. James’s Palace in London last Monday (9th July). The photoshoot by Matt Holyoak was taken at Prince Charles’ residence at Clarence House.
Louis’ big brother and sister, Prince George, 4, and Princess Charlotte, 3, had colour-coordinated with their dad, who wore a blue suit. George wore navy blue shorts and a white shirt. Meanwhile, his sister a blue and white floral dress with a matching headband and shoes.
Princess Charlotte clearly stole the spotlight with her cheeky grin while the Duchess of Cambridge gazes adoringly at her new baby boy. Middleton looked angelic in her white Alexander McQueen dress (the same designer she wore for her wedding and the christenings of her other 2 children) and a Jane Taylor headpiece.
One of the main difference is the number of people in the pictures. Since Charlotte was christened in 2015, Meghan Markle has joined the royal family after marrying Prince Harry back in May. The couple also became the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
From Kate Middleton’s side of the family: her sister Pippa got married to James Matthews, who is pictured in the family portrait above. Both Pippa and James are expecting their first child together later this year. William’s father, Prince Charles and wife Duchess Camilla are also in the family portrait. However, the Queen and Prince Philip did not attend Louis’s christening – likely due to busy schedules.
Prince Louis was born on 23rd April.
Source: US Weekly.