It’s a very very royal Christmas indeed! Kate Middleton and Prince William’s youngest son, Prince Louis, officially made his holiday debut! The 4-year-old was in attendance at the Christmas morning service at the St. Mary Magdalene Church in Norfolk, England. He attended with his parents, the Prince and Princess of Wales, along with his older siblings, 9-year-old Prince George, and 7-year-old Princess Charlotte.
Last year, due to restrictions from the COVID-19 pandemic, the royal family couldn’t do their traditional public greetings or formal debut. Which is why this year was extra special. The family looked pretty dapper in their special holiday ensembles with Kate Middleton wearing a dark green fitted coat. She finished the outfit with a very stylish hat of the same color.
The Royal Family
Prince Charlotte complimented her mom’s outfit by wearing a red coat, with Prince William and Prince George wearing matching blue ties with navy suits. As far as the youngest of the family, Prince Louis, wore a navy and black coat paired with knee-high socks.
The 4-year-old’s outfit holds quite a family significance appearing to be the same one his father wore during his first Christmas debut in 1987. Prince Wiliam was 5-years-old at that time, wearing a powder blue coat with white knee-high socks.
Prince Louise Makes His Official Royal Christmas Debut
This Christmas season marks the first since Queen Elizabeth II’s death in September. Earlier today King Charles II did his holiday address, where he mourned the death of his mother. He extended gratitude to those who were also grieving during Christmas time.
Earlier this year, Prince William and Kate shared their family’s Christmas Card which featured the royal family’s photo taken in Norfolk in their country home located in Anmer Hall. Absent from this year’s Christmas card include Prince William’s brother Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.