- Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton shared photos of their young son who paid tribute to the British National Health Service (NHS) heroes
- Prince Louis made handprints artwork that made a rainbow poster which are the colours associated with the health service
- The photos were taken by mom Kate who is reported to be a photography patron of the Royal Photographic Society
The Duchess of Cambridge's young son, Prince Louis, celebrated his second birthday in style amidst the coronavirus pandemic.
Briefly.co.za learnt that the little prince was turning two years old and his parents came up with a special idea to honour the health workers who are in the front line fighting the disease.
According to Metro, rainbow colours have become a symbol for the NHS with children across the UK creating paintings and hanging them on windows to show support.
The photos included a finished masterpiece of Louis' tiny hand.
The photos, taken by mom Kate, also showed the young one lifting his hands up to the camera displaying the message of togetherness.
Kate is reported to be a photography patron of the Royal Photographic Society and usually takes pictures of her kids on their birthday.
During a past interview with BCC, Kate revealed that she was surprised by her children's awareness of the pandemic.
"George is much older than Louis is, but they are aware. I think I am always surprised. Although you don’t want to scare them or make it too overwhelming, I think it is appropriate to acknowledge it in simple ways, in age-appropriate ways," Kate said.
The little prince's full names are Louis Arthur Charles of Cambridge and he was born on April 23, 2018, at St Mary's Hospital in London.
He is fifth in line to the throne and probably should not be thinking about that anytime soon or forever.
Happy birthday Louis!
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