Little Prince Louis, now 5 years old, took part in his first official outing this Monday, May 8. Under the watchful eye of his parents, Prince William and Kate Middleton, but also of his brother and sister, George and Charlotte, both already experienced in the exercise, the youngest of the siblings participated with enthusiasm in the activities of the day.
After the coronation festivities, the royal family turned to volunteering. As part of the ‘Big Help Out’ series of charity events across the country, the Prince and Princess of Wales visited Boy Scouts in the town of Slough, a few miles west of London . With their three children, they participated in archery and painting activities.
As the family gathered around a campfire to roast marshmallows, Kate Middleton revealed the affectionate nickname she gives her youngest son. The little boy not knowing what to do with the stick in which the candy he had just eaten had been stuck, the Princess of Wales suggested that he throw it into the fire: “Put it in the fire, Lou Bug” (understand ” ma puce” for “bug”), we can hear him say.
The grandchildren of Charles III in the front row
A day that sounded the end of the coronation weekend. The day before, Prince George and Princess Charlotte were with their parents at the big concert given at Windsor Castle. If little Prince Louis was not in the game, he had taken his place the day before with the royal family to attend the religious ceremony given in Westminster Abbey.
Prince Harry with his son Archie to celebrate his fourth birthday