Prince Louis Makes Public Debut at Easter Church Service
Prince Louis, the youngest child of Prince William and Kate Middleton, made his public debut at a church service on Easter Sunday, accompanied by his older siblings, Prince George, and Princess Charlotte. The 4-year-old prince was seen holding hands with his parents and behaving well as they made their way to St. George’s Chapel.
Interestingly, George and Charlotte made their public debuts at the Easter church service only last year, when they were 8 and 6, respectively. Despite Louis’ reputation for acting out, his parents trusted him to behave himself. The Wales family wore matching blue outfits, and Louis looked particularly dapper in blue shorts, knee socks, and a blazer tied with a bicycle print.
Meanwhile, at Windsor Castle, King Charles and other senior members of the royal family attended the first Easter church service since the passing of Queen Elizabeth in September. Charles, the new Supreme Governor of the Church of England, and his wife Camila handed out Maundy money to 74 men and women as a thank-you for their outstanding Christian service. The service was held at the 15th-century Windsor Castle, which is the final resting place for Charles’ mother and father as well as his grandparents.
It comes after a new revelation that King Charles refused to put Meghan Markle on the royal family’s payroll. According to royal correspondent Robert Jobson’s new book “Our King,” Charles made the jab in 2016 when Harry announced his intention to marry Markle, saying he couldn’t