New Grandpa Prince Charles Visits Little Prince Louis Of Cambridge

Date May 4, 2018

Prince Charles finally got the opportunity to see his grandson, little Prince Louis. The heir made his way to Kensington Palace where the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge waited for him with the rest of the family.


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Prince Charles was out of the country when the new royal was born, and his absence has been cited as the reason why the baby’s name was not announced earlier.


The visit seems to have been timed to coincide with Princess Charlotte’s birthday. Little Charlotte just turned three and has also finished nursery school. It is believed that Prince Charles used the opportunity to bond with his grandchildren.


Despite his busy schedule, Prince Charles was evidently delighted, and his press statement said it all.

We are both so pleased at the news. It is a great joy to have another grandchild, the only trouble is I don't know how I am going to keep up with them!

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Queen Elizabeth II popped in earlier

Earlier this week, the 92-year-old monarch paid a visit to Kensington Palace to see the new prince. Her Majesty arrived in a helicopter and came bearing fresh spring flowers, which were presumably a present for the new mother, Kate Middleton.


The visit came not long after the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge registered the birth of their son, Prince Louis.


Seeing as the Queen is delegating many of her duties to her son Prince Charles and grandchildren, Prince William and Prince Harry, she has a lot more time to spare with family.


The palace has released Prince Louis’ certificate

The Duke and Duchess of Kensington officially registered their new baby this week. The palace released his birth certificate on Tuesday, and it was signed by the duke.


On the document, the baby’s full name was listed as His Royal Highness Prince Louis Arthur Charles of Cambridge. His registration comes 8 days after his birth.


Prince Louis’ registration was overseen by a registrar from Westminster Register Office. However, the actual signing happened at Kensington Palace. The new parents were saved the trouble of standing in line at the registry like most common people, as the registrar travelled to the palace with the documents. Talk about the perks of royalty.

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