Published: Tue, April 23, 2019
Sci-tech | By Patricia Wade

New photos are released to celebrate Prince Louis turning one-year-old

New photos are released to celebrate Prince Louis turning one-year-old

His older siblings are Prince George, 5, and Princess Charlotte, 3.

These baby pictures of Prince Louis and his big sister Princess Charlotte were released soon after his birth.

The paper also stated that the plan is being drawn up by David Manning, who is the former British ambassador to the US and special adivser on constitutional and global affairs to Harry and his brother, as well as Lord Gedit, who is Queen Elizabeth II's former private secretary and chairman of the Queen's Commonwealth Trust.

He celebrates his first birthday on Tuesday, April 23.

Although eyebrows were raised when the duchess first started using her own snaps in place of official palace photographs, there's no doubt these candid portraits come to life with a mother's touch - showing Louis in a natural light, happy at play. They continued, "She has sometimes anxious about being so far away but she is absolutely going to be there for her at the birth".

People reports that the royal brothers "did not speak to each other" at St. George's Chapel in Windsor Castle while attending an Easter Sunday church service on April 21.

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Until a final decision is made, which may occur next year, the couple, who are days away from expecting their first child, will reportedly be allowed to settle into their home in Frogmore Cottage, the Sunday Times reported.

Harry and Meghan already have a special connection to the continent.

When born, he weighed 8lbs 7oz making him the heaviest royal baby of all time.

The frosty appearance came amid reports that the palace is mulling the exile of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to Africa, to put some distance between the princes and their wives.

"It's clear from talking to several sources inside the Royal Household yesterday that an extended stay in Africa for Harry and Meghan is under discussion but the idea is very much at a preliminary stage", Palmer tweeted.

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