The royal family is celebrating Prince Louis’ fifth birthday in public with some new photos.
The youngest son of Prince William and Catherine, Princess of Wales, was seen smiling next to his mother as she carried him in a pram.
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Louis wore navy shorts, a knit sweater over a striped collared shirt, and navy socks and shoes.
“Someone turns 5 tomorrow… 🎂 🥳 A very happy birthday to Prince Louis,” the Prince and Princess of Wales posted on social media alongside the two photos.
“Charming!!! I think he looks a lot like his grandfather Middleton,” said one commenter, referring to Kate’s father Michael.
“Our baby is no longer a baby. Happy 5th Birthday to our Prince Louis! The best not so little boy 😍 🎂,” said another.
Others continued to point out Louis’ similarities to his mother.
“Looks just like HRH Princess Catherine,” said another commenter.
“He’s just like his mommy 😍,” agreed another.
The birthday celebration comes before the royal family marks the coronation of King Charles on May 6.
It is not known if Prince Louis will attend the celebrations.
Louis’ appearance at the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in June 2022 has become popular on social media for his hilarious facial expressions and cheeky demeanor.
But Louis recently made his debut at the Easter service earlier in April, having previously stayed home from the official event.
The prince looked dapper in a jacket, tie and blue shorts as he shook Princess Kate’s hand and looked out at the media.
Louis’ older siblings Prince George, 9, and Princess Charlotte, 7, were also in attendance, walking alongside father Prince William.
Prince George was then seen acting older than his years as he ‘led’ his family through the service, according to a body language expert at the time.
Body language expert Judy James, who observed George’s behavior at the same Easter service in 2022 and 2021, told The Daily Mail that this time George was demonstrating a new “grown-up dynamic”.
“There was a rise in status at this Easter service with George walking forward to lead his family into the service, showing a recently grown dynamic from the five Waleses when it comes to royal outings,” James said.
“George was the one holding his dad’s hand and looking quite timid, but here was Charlotte walking in alongside William while Kate held Louis’ hand next to them.
“George was the first of their group after the service, shaking hands without any prompting.”
The service was also attended by King Charles, Queen Camilla, the King’s niece Princess Beatrice and her husband Edo Mapeli Motsi and Mike and Zara Tindall.
Charles’ siblings, Princess Anne and Prince Andrew, were also there along with Andrew’s other daughter, Princess Eugenie, who is expecting her second child with husband Jack Brooksbank.
The Easter service is the first since the death of Queen Elizabeth II in September.
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