Prince Louis turns two: mom Kate Middleton prepares the cake for him and organizes a special garden party with George and Charlotte
Kate Middleton, Prince Louis grows up
Prince Louis, third son of Kate Middleton and William, turns two. He was born on April 23, 2018. Mom, dad and his older brothers, George and Charlotte, are ready to celebrate it in their country house, Anmer Hall in Norfolk.
After Queen Elizabeth, even for little Louis, the birthday is in quarantine due to the medical emergency. But it certainly isn't a problem for him, because mom Kate and dad William know how to pamper him.
After all, Lady Middleton is a party expert. His family founded a company that produces decorations and party items. Therefore, he has a very special afternoon in store for the third son.
As the Duchess of Cambridge recently unveiled, her children are thrilled to be living in the countryside. On their estate they have acres of gardens in which to run carefree, climb trees and swing. Not surprisingly, official family photos are always taken in the park of Anmer Hall. Kate is very happy that the royal babies spend time outdoors, not surprisingly, it imposed strict rules on the use of tablets and other devices.
To celebrate Louis' second birthday, Kate organized a tea party in the garden with her family, complete with cake made with her own hands. Indeed, it is traditional for Lady Middleton to prepare birthday cakes for her three children herself. He also confessed in his BBC interview last Christmas: "I love making cakes."
Grandparents Carole and Michael Middleton and Carlo and Camilla (acquired grandmother) will surely greet the grandson via chat. And a connection with the great-grandmother, Queen Elizabeth is not excluded.
Louis will have to wait until next year for a party with friends, but he can count on the company of George and Charlotte who will turn 5 on 2 May.
William and Kate's third son is still too young to realize what's going on, while for the other two royal babies it's different. Recently Lady Middleton, speaking of the lockdown to the BBC, underlined how especially George, 6 years old, is aware of the situation. Therefore, Mum Kate's concern is not to create further anxiety and fear in her children.