While everyone may have been preoccupied with Meghan Markle’s return to the public eye at the Trooping of the Colour in London on Saturday to honour the Queen’s 93rd birthday, Prince Louis should have been the one we all had our eye on.
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The royal tot stole the show with his adorable wave as the entireroyal familygathered aroundQueen Elizabethon thebalcony of Buckingham Palaceto witness the Red Arrowsflypast.
However, eagle-eyedroyal fanswould have noticed thatPrinceWilliam and KateMiddleton’s youngest child,Prince Louiswas wearing an outfit that looked very familiar.
Louis was dressed in a white and blue patterned shirt and blue socks for hisbalcony debut– the exact same outfit hisuncle Prince Harrywore to theTrooping the Colourin 1986.
This isn’t thefirst timeone-year-oldLouis and his siblings,Prince George, five andPrincess Charlotte, four have paid tribute to their relatives.
Four years agoPrince Georgewore the same blue outfit his fatherPrince Williamhad worn atTrooping the Colourin 1984.
This year’sTrooping the Colourmarked thefirst royal engagementtheDuchess of Sussexhas attended since going onmaternity leaveafter giving birth toson Archie Harrisonat the beginning of May.
The new mum smiled and waved to the crowd as she sat beside husband,prince Harryon the carriage ride toBuckingham Palace. The couple were also joined bythe Duchessof CambridgeandCamilla,Duchess of Cornwall.