Louis was christened at the same place as his older brother in July, about three months after his world debut. The event was also special because it marked the first time the world saw Kate and William as a family of five!
It’s expected that Meghan will once again join the royal family for Trooping the Colour celebrations.
The annual event, held in honour of Queen Elizabeth‘s birthday, takes place on Saturday, June 8.
Kate Middleton stepped out for Trooping the Colour last June, less than two months after giving birth to Prince Louis.
However, her first post-baby appearance came a month earlier, when she attended Meghan and Harry’s royal wedding.
Should Meghan, 37, decide to skip Trooping the Colour, it’s likely that fans will see her – and her son!
This time it will be at Archie’s christening this summer.
Prince George’s christening occurred in late October (more than three months after he was born), at the Chapel Royal in London’s St. James’s Palace.
Charlotte’s was held two months after her birth at the St. Mary Magdalene Church in Norfolk, on the grounds of the Queen’s Sandringham estate — and very close to William and Kate’s country home, Anmer Hall.