The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge this year have not failed in their tradition of greeting the holidays with a family photograph in which it is inevitable that children always take center stage. After a year in which we have hardly seen them at public events, it has attracted enormous attention how much they have grown, but especially one of them. The youngest Louis, who turned three last April, has given a good boost, easily noticeable despite the fact that he appears seated in the image. Also in his face you can see how he has changed, although there is something that remains constant: his great resemblance to Michael Middleton, his maternal grandfather.
The last time his parents shared a photo of their third child was on the occasion of his birthday, when they shared a beautiful image in which I appearedand smiling on his bicycle, yes, without pedals, heading to the Willcocks Nursery School, where it was his first day of nursery, after the stoppage due to coronavirus restrictions. Already in that posed it was clear that he was no longer the baby we remembered and that he was becoming what we can familiarly call ‘a big boy’.
The health situation of the last two years has not been conducive to lavishing many acts with children, so you have to go back exactly one year to see him for the last time with his father and brothers. It was at the London Palladium in the British capital when the family flocked to see the Christmas musical Pantoland. ANDThe little boy came hand in hand with his mother wearing long pants, something unusual in the British royal house where tradition dictates that children do not wear this garment until they are 7 or 8 years old. Like his brother George, Louis of Cambridge has also anticipated this custom. A few months earlier, in October, we also got to see him when they received the popularizer David Attemborough in Kensington Gardens, where in addition to appreciating how friendly and spontaneous he was, we could hear him speak for the first time when he asked the veteran documentarian a question. “What animal do you like?” it said with a very nice childish pronunciation.
His resemblance to his brother George when he was his age is more than evident, but In each of his appearances there are many voices that emphasize how much the Middleton genetics child has. Specifically, from his grandfather, Michael, who at 72 years old even has a hairstyle similar to that of his grandson. Just a few days ago, the Duchess of Cambridge’s father came with his wife, Carole, and their children, Pippa and James Middleton, to the Christmas concert organized by Prince William’s wife at Westminster Abbey. In the images of the event, you can see how grandfather and grandson are still like two drops of water.
Games, tickles and burnt clouds! George, Charlotte and Louis, stars of the video of the Dukes of Cambridge on their anniversary
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What a stretch! Louis of Cambridge almost unrecognizable at Christmas with his brothers George and Charlotte