Prince Louis will be celebrating his 2nd birthday next week – and here's how it will go down 3 years ago

Prince Louis will be celebrating his 2nd birthday next week – and here's how it will go down

Can you believe he is about to turn two?

Little Louis of Cambridge will be celebrating his 2nd birthday on Thursday next week, April 23.

Just like the rest of the UK, the royals are also currently spending their days at home, and are said to be adhering to government advice on social distancing.

Ever since the announcement about the lockdown, the Cambridges are believed to have been in the company only of their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, and their nanny, Maria Teresa Turrion Borallo.

And while we are sure Kate and William would have loved nothing more than to throw a big family birthday bash for their littlest child, this year is bound to be a little different.

Speaking to OK, royal expert, Katie Nicholl recently explained she is certain the Duke and Duchess will still try to make the occasion as special as possible for Louis.

“Kate won’t let any birthday pass without a celebration. So even though the family are in self-isolation, she’ll make sure Louis enjoys his day. She tends to organise fairly low-key parties for the children.


Usually Kate’s parents Carole and Michael are there, along with her sister Pippa and their brother James. This year will be quieter, of course, but there will be presents that Kate has bought online, as well as a tea party. And if the weather’s nice, they’re sure to be out in the gardens.”

Nicholl continued: “Even if Louis hasn’t got the wider family there on his birthday, he won’t miss out on any fun”.

“Louis loves being outdoors and has been encouraged by Kate to have a love of nature. He’s happiest when he’s exploring the grounds. They’ve got climbing frames, swings and a pond, and each of the children are in charge of their own little patch of the kitchen garden.”

Tell us – are there any lockdown birthdays coming up in your house? How are you celebrating?