AceShowbiz - Prince Louis may only be a few-months-old, but he shares an unbreakable bonding with grandfather Prince Charles. The grandson-grandfather duo are seen snuggling to each other in a newly-released portraits.
First released via The Sunday Times magazine, the two photos were taken by Chris Jackson for British' royal family portraits celebrating the Prince of Wales' 70th birthday last week. One of the photos features Prince Charles holding the youngest child of Prince William and Kate Middleton. The baby boy, who was born on April 23, flashes a big toothless smile while putting his fist on his mouth. Meanwhile, Prince Charles was grinning ear-to-ear.
Little Louis also steals the show in another outtake. The baby seemingly finds his grandpa's nose interesting as the curious baby reaches forward to grab Prince Charles' nose. Kate, who holds Louis, looks at the adorable scene with a smile. Prince William, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle also can't help but find it cute as they all sport big smiles. As for Prince Charles, he just lets his grandson explore his face. Too cute!
Prior to this, the Palace release another two heartwarming pictures of the royal family. While the first picture was a rather formal photo with them sweetly smiling at the camera, the second shot saw them getting a little bit relaxed. George was sent into fits of laughter by something behind the camera and so did Meghan. Staring at the same direction, Camilla pointed at something to Charlotte who responded it with a sweet smile. Kate also made her baby son look at the same direction.
On the other hand, William, Harry and Charles smiled widely at the camera.
Prince Charles held a birthday celebration at Buckingham Palace on Wednesday, November 14. In addition to Prince William, Kate Middleton, Prince Harry and Meghan, the bash was attended by newlyweds Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank. Also among the attendance was Princess Beatrice who was clad in a teal dress. She completed her look for the soiree with a pair of massive hoop earrings.