Kensington Palace Just Released Three Adorable Photos of Prince William and His Kids for His Birthday
Prince William is celebrating his 38th birthday today, which is also Father's Day - and in honor of special occasions, Kensington Palace published the most delightful family photos of the Duke and his three children: Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
In the invisible snapshots, taken by none other than Kate Middleton, Will and the young royals all smile as they play on the grounds of Note Hall, where the family has isolated themselves since the block.
The first photo, shared a day earlier, shows William and the children together on a wooden swing. George and Charlotte stand up and Louis on Will's knee.
"The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are delighted to show Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis a new picture of The Duke tomorrow before the Duke's birthday," the headline said. "The photo was taken by the Duchess earlier this month."
We couldn't help but notice how closely William and Charlotte are alike. Just look at this baby photo where he shows a similar smile. The resemblance is scary.
Two more images were added to the Cambridge Instagram grid on Sunday. Both pictures show George, Charlotte and Louis living with William in the grass, including a frame in which they knock their father to the ground.
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William is the last king to celebrate his birthday during quarantine. The Queen and Prince Louis both had their birthdays in April and Princess Charlotte turned five in May, while Prince Philip's 99th birthday was earlier this month.
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