The Duchess of Cambridge put on a stylish display in an £129 floral blue dress by Ghost as she joined Prince William, 37, Prince George, six, Princess Charlotte, four, and Prince Louis, two, to clap for the NHS tonight.
In a new family picture released to the Kensington Palace Instagram account at 8pm on Thursday night to mark the weekly #clapfortheNHS, Kate, 38, opted for the Anouk Dress, which features fabric-covered buttons all the way down and romantic ruffles along the collar and hem, and is currently on sale for £90.30 and in stock.
Wearing her hair perfectly blow-dried and accessorising with drop earrings, she matched Prince William, who coordinated in a blue sweater and shirt as they stood in front of Amner Hall, their Norfolk country home.
Taking after her mother, little Charlotte was also seen wearing a pale blue paisle cotton dress, while Louis wore navy shorts, a collared shirt and dark blue jumper.
The Duchess of Cambridge put on a stylish display in an £129 floral blue dress by Ghost as she joined Prince William, 37, Prince George, six, Princess Charlotte, four, and Prince Louis, two, to clap for the NHS tonight
George, mirroring his father in blue slacks, wore a check shirt much like the one Louis wore in his birthday pictures.
Blue is said to have calming effect, and reprsents trust, loyalty, wisdom, confidence, intelligence, faith and truth.
Earlier today Kensington Palace released picture of Prince Louis to mark his second birthday.
Prince Louis can be seen beaming having smeared rainbow colours across his cheeks in an adorable unseen picture taken by Kate Middleton, 38, to mark her youngest child’s special day.
Kate, 38, opted for the Anouk Dress, which features fabric-covered buttons all the way down and romantic ruffles along the collar and hem, and is currently on sale for £90.30 and in stock
The Duchess of Cambridge opted to dress Prince Louis in a £12 Tu check bodysuit from Sainsbury’s to take the adorable pictures released for the royal’s 2nd birthday today
The snap, which was released on Kate Middleton, 38, and Prince William‘s, 37, official Kensington Royal Twitter page today, shows the adorable Prince grinning having covered his face in paint.
And the little boy appears to be taking after his father, wearing the same checked navy shirt the Duke of Cambridge wore during a tour of Australia almost exactly six years ago to the day, in 2014.
Posting the cute image alongside one of the Prince showing off his rainbow painted hands, Kensington Palace captioned the post: ‘Sharing a sneak peek of Prince Louis’ handiwork ahead of his second birthday!
”The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are pleased to share new images of Prince Louis, taken by The Duchess this April.’
They then shared more of the little boy, writing: ‘Instagram vs Reality. Thank you for all your lovely messages on Prince Louis’ second birthday!’
The 100 per cent cotton shirt style bodysuit comes with a pair of black dungarees, and is still available in all sizes from newborn to 24 months.
fans quickly remarked on how much the little boy was taking after his father, wearing the same checked navy shirt the Duke of Cambridge wore during a tour of Australia almost exactly six years ago to the day, in 2014 (seen with George, far right)
The pictures of Prince Louis were taken at Anmer Hall, their Norfolk home, this month by his doting mother Kate.
In the snaps, the young royal can be seen dressed in a smart, blue checked shirt, and has the same heart-shaped faces, rosy cheeks and enchanting gap-toothed smiles as his brother, Prince George, six.
The image was shared after an initial series of charming photos showing the well behaved royal enjoying an arts-and-crafts session as he painted rainbows to celebrate the NHS.
The young prince raised his rainbow coloured hands to his face, that were carefully painted on him by his mother Kate
Prince Louis looked absolutely thrilled with his rainbow coloured handprint to stick on the front window of the family home in Norfolk
The playful Prince! As Louis celebrates his 2nd birthday today, his parents released this adorable snap of the youngster smearing rainbow paint across his cheeks in an outtake from his birthday photoshoot with mother Kate Middleton, 38
Pictures of rainbows started springing up up in windows across the country after schools closed in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
They originated in Italy and quickly spread to the UK, where they are seen as a message of hope and something fun for children spot on their daily hour of exercise. Kate even carefully painted a rainbow on his hands to make a perfect print.
Their three children are also encouraged to take part in the ‘clap for carers’ every week, which will take place again tonight at 8pm.
Adorable: With his little hands smudged with paint and a broad grin on his face, Prince Louis is clearly pleased with his artistic creation
Supporting the NHS: These charming pictures show that – just like millions of other children across Britain – his parents are keeping him busy by painting rainbows to celebrate the NHS.