Sunny prospect: Louis, trying out his mother's glasses, puts the older royal family in the shade. He sucked his thumb, pulled on sunglasses to show off, ran out of his mother's arms in an effort to get to freedom, and tried to make Archie smile while blowing kisses at Aunt Meghan

Do you know who stole the show this week when the younger members of the royal family came together for a polo match?

No, not little Archie, who, like your privilege when you are two months old, slept during the whole hassle. By the way, you couldn't see much of him beyond his mind. The star of the entire event was, of course, Prince Louis, who, one year old, is already ready for larks.

He sucked his thumb, pulled on sunglasses to show off, ran out of his mother's arms in an effort to get to freedom, and tried to make Archie laugh while blowing a kiss to Aunt Meghan. He was confident, perky and responsible for everything he investigated. In short, he was what the Irish call a dote.

The British people took a look at the photos & # 39; s and went & # 39; Aaaw! & # 39 ;. You could almost notice that the gross domestic happiness index gives a boost.

Sunny prospect: Louis, trying out his mother's glasses, puts the older royal family in the shade. He sucked his thumb, pulled on sunglasses to show off, ran out of his mother's arms in an effort to get to freedom, and tried to make Archie smile while blowing kisses at Aunt Meghan

Sunny prospect: Louis, trying out his mother's glasses, puts the older royal family in the shade. He sucked his thumb, pulled on sunglasses to show off, ran out of his mother's arms in an effort to get to freedom, and tried to make Archie smile while blowing kisses at Aunt Meghan

A toddler who has learned to play is the happiest creature on earth. J.M. Barrie noted in one of the Peter Pan books that & # 39; it all goes downhill from the age of two & # 39 ;.

So Louis is in full bloom, so, without any trace of self-awareness, no idea that you are bothered by cameras. Just a happy little creature. And because he is happy himself, he spreads happiness around him.

His mother, Kate, has never looked so effortlessly cheerful than when she made faces to make him laugh. She finds herself in the enviable situation of the third child: she has produced the heir and the lover with George and Charlotte; Louis has no dynastic purpose than to be himself.

So Louis is in full bloom, so, without any trace of self-awareness, no idea that you are bothered by cameras. Just a happy little creature. And because he is happy himself, he spreads happiness around him. His mother, Kate, has never looked so effortlessly cheerful than when she made faces to make him laugh

So Louis is in full bloom, so, without any trace of self-awareness, no idea that you are bothered by cameras. Just a happy little creature. And because he is happy himself, he spreads happiness around him. His mother, Kate, has never looked so effortlessly cheerful than when she made faces to make him laugh

So Louis is in full bloom, so, without any trace of self-awareness, no idea that you are bothered by cameras. Just a happy little creature. And because he is happy himself, he spreads happiness around him. His mother, Kate, has never looked so effortlessly cheerful than when she made faces to make him laugh

He has a disarming effect on the entire royal family. Prince Charles looked surprised at his 70th birthday celebration last year when Louis leaned forward in the family photo to grab his face. He melted on the balcony of Buckingham Palace last month when his grandson waved at him

He has a disarming effect on the entire royal family. Prince Charles looked surprised at his 70th birthday celebration last year when Louis leaned forward in the family photo to grab his face. He melted on the balcony of Buckingham Palace last month when his grandson waved at him

He has a disarming effect on the entire royal family. Prince Charles looked surprised at his 70th birthday celebration last year when Louis leaned forward in the family photo to grab his face. He melted on the balcony of Buckingham Palace last month when his grandson waved at him

And Kate has maximized his cuteness, with the old-fashioned clothing and those fantastic T-bar shoes. Some observers have a weak image of a royal children's style that apparently has remained unchanged since the 1960s.

Well, it fits with chubby Louis, who looks great in rompers and a mini polo shirt. It is a social-conservative style, but it is terribly photogenic.

He has a disarming effect on the entire royal family. Prince Charles looked surprised at his 70th birthday celebration last year when Louis leaned forward in the family photo to grab his face.

He melted on the balcony of Buckingham Palace last month when his grandson waved at him. A toddler has no idea who is big and who is not; he just sees his grandfather. And it has a humanizing effect on a Prince who often seems painfully self-conscious.

He was confident, perky and responsible for everything he investigated. In short, he was what the Irish call a dote. The British people took a look at the photos & # 39; s and went & # 39; Aaaw! & # 39;

He was confident, perky and responsible for everything he investigated. In short, he was what the Irish call a dote. The British people took a look at the photos & # 39; s and went & # 39; Aaaw! & # 39;

He was confident, perky and responsible for everything he investigated. In short, he was what the Irish call a dote. The British people took a look at the photos & # 39; s and went & # 39; Aaaw! & # 39;

Pride and joy: a photo of Louis, taken by his mother Kate and released on the occasion of his first birthday

Pride and joy: a photo of Louis, taken by his mother Kate and released on the occasion of his first birthday

Pride and joy: a photo of Louis, taken by his mother Kate and released on the occasion of his first birthday

Prince William, the Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George and Princess Charlotte were depicted last month on this year's Trooping of the Color. Prince William is depicted with Prince Louis

Prince William, the Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George and Princess Charlotte were depicted last month on this year's Trooping of the Color. Prince William is depicted with Prince Louis

Prince William, the Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George and Princess Charlotte were depicted last month on this year's Trooping of the Color. Prince William is depicted with Prince Louis

The same applies to William, who can appear spiked and guarded; not when your little boy reaches out to jump in your arms when you are in full military clothing.

Or when you see your youngest child swinging like a pro during Trooping the Color. You could say that toddler Louis is showing the elderly members of the royal family how things are: don't look, don't look like you're doing someone a favor – just respond to an enthusiastic crowd like you like them.

That is easy if you are a year old. When he ran and jumped through his mother's garden during the Chelsea Flower show, he showed what a garden is for: playing.

This can in fact be the function of the modern royal family to enhance the joys and worries of family life. Anyone looking at little Louis will identify with the innocence of childhood and the pride of parenthood.

Prince George, almost six, will one day have to present himself as a king, but Louis can be carefree.

And that might be a useful lesson for his uncle Harry. He has been naturally protective against his new baby Archie, but Louis's behavior shows that it is possible to be in the open and yet be completely yourself.

What a shame his grandmother, his grandmother, Princess Diana, is not here to enjoy him.

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