In celebration of his second birthday, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge shared photos of their son Prince Louis photographed making a colourful rainbow poster – a symbol of hope during the coronavirus lockdown
As always the Duchess of Cambridge is known for taking the photographs of her children was responsible for these photos they shared with us.
The prince was photographed wearing a smart blue gingham-style shirt – grinning up at the camera while displaying his brightly painted palms and fingers.
In one portrait, his coloured digits are raised to his cheeks with apparent excitement.
In another photo, Louis has smeared colourful paint all over his face, with Kensington Palace posting a light-hearted tweet saying “Instagram Vs Reality”.
“It’s just having that bit of structure, actually. It’s great, there are so many great tips online and fun activities that you can do with the children so it hasn’t been all hardcore,”
The Duchess said.
The Duke and Duchess also said that they have explained to their children in an “age appropriate way” about the coronavirus outbreak.
Prince Charles and his wife the Duchess of Cornwall wished their grandson a “very happy birthday” from their Clarence House twitter account.
From us @Hivibz, Happy birthday kiddo :)