Prince Louis celebrated his second birthday on April 23 as his mother, the Duchess of Cambridge, posted new photos of the toddler playing with rainbow paint as a nod to struggling NHS workers against the coronavirus. The royal family’s Instagram shared photos of Kate and called Louis the Queen’s seventh great-grandchild, when he is actually his sixth. Royal experts Roberta Fiorito and Rachel Bowie defended the royal family despite their surprise that they had not changed jobs.
“Legend has it that Prince Louis is Queen Elizabeth’s seventh great-grandchild but he is actually the sixth.
“I think people have taken it out on them, but I don’t think it’s as important as it is very interesting.
“They are all human, even members of the royal family. “
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Fiorito added, “I’m surprised they didn’t really fix or update the subtitles. “
Mrs. Bowie asked, “Do they even know?” “
Co-host Ms. Fiorito continued, “Everyone makes mistakes, you don’t always have to fix them. “
The royal family’s message was: “Happy birthday to Prince Louis.
Co-host Ms. Bowie added, “It’s so cute! I think it would also commemorate his favorite song.
“How is it happy birthday? It’s so funny. “
William and Kate have posted new photos of their son, Prince Louis, painting a colorful picture of rainbows, which became a symbol of hope in Britain during the coronavirus crisis, the day of his anniversary.
Louis’ five photos show the third child of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with his hands covered in paint as he creates his rainbow poster, echoing similar works of art by children at across the country and placed in the windows of their homes.