Prince George, age 9, and Princess Charlotte, age 7, joined their parents, Prince William and Kate Middleton, on Sunday for the famous walk that the royal family takes to St. Mary Magdalene Church near Sandringham House, which is where the late Queen Elizabeth spent Christmas every year.
The fact that Prince Louis made his public debut during the morning march, which was organized for the first time since 2019 because to the widespread panemic, made the event more memorable.
As they made their way inside the holiday church service, the little prince, who was just four years old at the time, clasped his mother Kate’s hand.
As his grandpa, Prince Charles, and his mother, Queen Camilla, walked in front of him, Prince George, who is now second in line to the throne after the ascension of King Charles III, had a unique vantage position as he walked behind them.
Fans bundling up and braving the cold to get a glimpse of George, Charlotte, and Princess Kate welcomed the young royal children as Princess Kate looked on.
Princess Charlotte rocked a royal rewear in the burgundy coat she initially wore for the Royal Carols: Together at Christmas event two weeks ago.
Always the responsible older brother, George patiently directed Louis when they were out walking, which made Princess Kate grin from ear to ear.
The little prince made his way through the throng while jokingly swinging a dwarf decorated for the holiday.