Prince Louis Matches His Family as He Makes His Royal Easter Debut

Prince William and Kate Middleton's youngest child, Prince Louis, made his royal Easter debut on April 9. The 4-year-old prince joined his parents, as well as his big brother, Prince George (9), and big sister, Princess Charlotte (7), for the royal family's annual visit to church on Easter morning. The Prince and Princess of Wales's youngest even matched his family as they all stepped out in blue outfits.

For his part, Louis wore shorts paired with a dark-blue blazer over a checked shirt with a tie. The little one previously made headlines in 2022 when he attended his late great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth II's Platinum Jubilee Pageant. The prince showed off his energetic personality as he pulled faces at his mother and sat in his Grandpa Charles's lap.

Louis's Easter debut was less eventful but still adorable. He joined George and Charlotte in shaking hands with the pastor after the service and spent the rest of the walk holding either Middleton or William's hand. In one photo, his big sister even appeared to be checking in on her little brother to make sure he wasn't overwhelmed by all of the attention.

At this point, Charlotte and George are basically experts when it comes to going on public outings with their parents. Not only did the siblings join the royal family during the 2022 walk, but they have also attended multiple Jubilee events, the Christmas walk, and their great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth's funeral.

Now that he's getting older — Louis will be 5 later this month — the youngest member of the Wales family will no doubt be stepping out with the rest of the royal family more often. See photos from the prince's Easter debut in the gallery ahead.

Prince Louis Makes His Royal Easter Debut
Getty | Mark Cuthbert

Prince Louis Makes His Royal Easter Debut