Prince William and Kate Middleton will be waving their youngest son Prince Louis off for his first day at school in September as he joins older siblings Prince George, eight, and Princess Charlotte, six, in the milestone.
The young prince turns four today, 23 April, and he is said to be making the move to a new school in September to join his siblings, according to The Daily Mail.
The publication reports that William, 39, and Kate, 40, are looking to move their family to Berkshire this year and are looking at options for all three of their children to attend the same co-educational establishment.
OK! has contacted representatives for William and Kate for comment.
To mark her youngest son’s birthday, Kate has taken a series of photos of the young prince as he poses happily on a Norfolk beach.
In the photos on one of its beaches earlier this month, Louis donned an adorable grey jumper with stars on it over a grid check shirt.
He also wore a pair of teal blue shorts, evidently making the most of the sunshine the UK has had this month.
A couple of the snaps taken by Kate show her youngest son looking at the camera while holding a cricket ball.
In another photo you see Louis sat on the sand as he found something amusing, while the fourth snap is of him cheekily grinning as he ran towards his mum behind the camera.
Kate is known for her interest in photography and never fails to capture her children at their best.
The fifth in line to the throne shows a strong resemblance to his older brother George in the sweet collection of snaps where he is seen smiling throughout.
Bare foot on the beach, Louis looks to have a keen interest in cricket as he is snapped in a run up to bowl the cricket ball while wearing a big cheesy grin.
The young prince celebrates his birthday just days after his great grandmother the Queen celebrated her 96 th birthday.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are known to be extremely hands-on parents with their three children and have set rules that their children must follow.
The couple are said to have one important rule in their home.
Speaking to The Sun in 2020, a source said: “Shouting is absolutely ‘off limits’ for the children and any hint of shouting at each other is dealt with by removal.”
But rather than sending them to the “naughty step”, the children are sent to a “chat sofa”.
“There’s no ’naughty step’ but there is a ‘chat sofa’” the source revealed.
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