GEORGE, Charlotte and Louis are always guaranteed to steal the show with their big personalities and winning smiles.
Safe to say, Kate and Wills make adorable kids.
The connection between William and George is undeniable. While at the children’s party for military families during the family’s September 2016 royal tour of Canada, three-year-old George was keen for cuddles. Too cute!
The third in line to the throne showed off those baby blues in the Cambridge’s 2014 Christmas pics. We heart his guardsmen tank top!
All three siblings have sported the same christening gown – although three-month-old George didn’t look too sure about the lacy choice at his baptism ceremony on October 23, 2013, at St James’s Palace’s Chapel Royal.
Kate and William followed royal tradition by presenting George to the world at St Mary’s Hospital on July 23, 2013, the day after he was born. Diana had also been pictured with both William and Harry on the steps of the hospital’s Lindo Wing.
There are strong genes at play here! Baby Charlotte is the spitting image of her big brother in these portraits taken at the family’s home of Anmer Hall, Norfolk in May 2015.
All grown up! A heart-melting shot of George’s first day at school on September 7, 2017. We’re not sure whether it’s the shorts-and-socks combo or the fact William appears to be offering advice, but it’s one of our faves. Both George and Charlotte attend Thomas’s Battersea, an £18,000-a-year prep school.
We’ve all dreamed of meeting Obama, but probably not in our dressing gown. Yet two-year-old George takes it in his stride, looking ever so comfortable in the presence of the then US president as they shake hands at Kensington Palace in April 2016. George stayed up past his bedtime to show the president his rocking horse.
Another of Kate’s portraits shows off George’s handsome, gap-toothed smile. He’s not quite as confident as Charlotte in front of the camera – she loves to give us a wave – but he’s just as cute. Taken to celebrate his seventh birthday, we reckon George looks very like his dad here.
George travelled with his mum and dad to Canada in September 2016, and has often been described as a shy and serious little man, quiet and inquisitive in nature. Although he looks pretty jolly here!
A fabulous family shot from Christmas 2019. Wills looks proud as punch with his brood – and we can see why.
Charlotte’s arrival was a joyous moment for Kate and William and the country. Exiting the Lindo Wing of St Mary’s Hospital, London, on May
2, 2015, the pair shone with pride as they held their newborn 8lb 3oz daughter, who’s fourth in line to the throne.
This 2016 photo was taken ahead of Charlotte’s first birthday by the Duchess at Anmer Hall. As an amateur photographer and patron of the Royal Photographic Society, Kate’s often responsible for the gorgeous snaps of the family.
Charlotte often looks relaxed and confident in pictures, especially when having fun with her brothers and cousins. This was a family day out at the polo in June 2018.
We love how Charlotte’s red tights, dress and cute hair bow match her mum’s purse in this shot of the 19-month-old from Christmas 2016 at St Mark’s Church, Berkshire.
During Will and Kate’s visit to Poland and Germany in July 2017, Charlotte’s mini bouquet, presented to the tiny royal at Berlin Airport, is definitely flower girl inspo!
Charlotte’s cheeky nature is often remarked on and she was even dubbed Warrior Princess while at Willcocks nursery. Looking at this shot of her
from the 2019 King’s Cup Sailing Regatta at Cowes, Isle of Wight, we couldn’t
possibly say why!
It was an emotional day for Charlotte and the whole family when
she joined her older brother George at St Thomas’s Battersea in September last year, aged four.
Charlotte had great fun with George and Louis showing her
appreciation for the NHS and our carers during lockdown on March 26.
Charlotte loves her royal duties, helping to pack food boxes for shielding pensioners in July. Apparently she welcomes guests at Kensington Palace with tea, coffee or sweets!
Kate and William welcomed their third child Louis to the world at the Lindo Wing at St Mary’s Hospital on April 23, 2018. He weighed in at 8lb 7oz.
Princess Charlotte gives her newborn little brother a kiss in this gorgeous pic taken by Kate.
At Louis’ christening at the Chapel Royal at St James’s Palace in July 2018, protective Charlotte was heard telling paps “you’re not invited!” Charlotte apparently wouldn’t leave her brother’s side for weeks after he was born.
Another great picture by Kate, taken ahead of Louis’ first birthday while the family stayed in Norfolk in April 2019. We can see this fabulous photo taking pride of place on the family mantelpiece.
We all want to know who one-year-old Louis is giving the side-eye to here! His parents say he’s a fan of nature, always wanting to be in the garden. We’re thinking he was jealous of his dad riding the horses at a charity polo day in Berkshire on July, 10 2019!
Louis might look deeply unimpressed at the Trooping the Colour in June 2019, but royal sources say he’s a very affectionate boy. Kate has even confessed that he’ll struggle with the new normal post-Covid, because he just wants to “cuddle everything” – especially babies!
The seriously photogenic family came together for Children In Need and Comic Relief in April 2020 – we’re loving their colour coordinated outfits!
Prince Louis often looks happy and playful. In a gingham shirt similar to his big brother George’s, this gorge snap was taken at the family home in Norfolk in April this year, ahead of his second birthday.
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