Is this proof Prince Louis WAS at the Queen’s Christmas lunch? Eagle-eyed fans spot a car seat behind Kate and William in photos of the family arriving at Buckingham Palace
- Royals attended the Queen’s Christmas lunch at Buckingham Palace this week
- William and Kate were photographed arriving with George and Charlotte
- Many believed their seven-month-old Prince Louis had stayed at home
- But eagle-eyed fans have spotted what appears to be a car seat in one photo
When the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived with their children for the Queen’s Christmas lunch this week, many assumed Prince Louis had been left at home as he did not appear in any photos.
However eagle-eyed fans believe they have found proof the William and Kate’s seven-month-old son was in fact at the Buckingham Palace gathering on Wednesday.
Social media users noted that there appears to be a car seat handle behind Kate in some of the arrival shots.
Baby on the move? Eagle-eyed fans believe they have found proof the William and Kate’s seven-month-old son was at the Queen’s Christmas lunch at Buckingham Palace – noting there appears to be a car seat handle strapped into the seat behind the Duchess (as circled)
Family outing: Many had thought Prince Louis had not joined his parents and siblings at the festive lunch. Pictured, Louis with Kate and Charlotte on the Cambridges’ Christmas card
The seat belt is also drawn taut, which could indicate it is being used to keep the car seat in place.
As fan accounts noted, it would also explain why the Cambridges’ nanny Maria Borrallo was seated in the middle row of seats – where the car seat would have been – while Prince George, five, and Princess Charlotte, three, were on the row behind.
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Twitter account Tea Time With The Cambridges added: ‘There is a picture where Nanny Maria is looking over to the car seat,’ although this photo cannot be found.
The grey plastic handle in the photo looks strikingly similar to one on the baby carrier the Cambridges used to carry Prince Louis from the Lindo Wing following his birth in April.
Fan accounts noted that the car seat would explain why the Cambridges’ nanny Maria Borrallo (pictured) was seated in the middle row of seats – where the car seat would have been – while Prince George, five, and Princess Charlotte, three, were on the row behind
Off to gan-gans! Three-year-old Princess Charlotte, left, and Prince George, five, right, were spotted in the back of the car
Guidelines advise children should travel in rear facing carriers like the one Louis has up until 15 months.
The Cambridges joined the Duke and Duchess of Sussex for the annual festive gathering, which gives the Queen a chance to celebrate Christmas with close family and more distant relatives she won’t spend the day with in Norfolk.
Prince Andrew, 58, Princess Anne, 68, and their father the Duke of Edinburgh, 97, were among the first to arrive for the family gathering today, followed shortly afterwards by the Countess of Wessex, 53, and her daughter Lady Louise Windsor, 15.
Cheerful: Five-year-old Prince George smiled from the back seat of his parents’ car as they left Buckingham Palace on Wednesday
Gracious: The Duchess of Cambridge, dressed in a sherbet pink dress, waved at supporters as she arrived with her family
Princess Beatrice, 30, was also, although her sister Princess Eugenie and brother-in-law Jack Brooksbank were too ill to attend.
Peter Phillips, 41, and his wife Autumn, travelled separately, with six-year-old daughter Isla spotted in the back of his car.
Prince Charles was among the last to arrive. He attended without his wife the Duchess of Cornwall who is understood to be unwell.
Safe and sound: The plastic handle in the photo looks strikingly similar to one on the baby carrier the Cambridges used to carry Prince Louis from the Lindo Wing in April, pictured
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