At the weekend, Prince Louis attended his first Easter Sunday service alongside the rest of his family at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor.
As he arrived with his proud parents Prince William and Princess Catherine, as well as his older siblings, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, the young royal looked adorable.
Louis, the youngest member of the royal family to attend the service, is only four years old.
While he was appropriately attired for the occasion, his mother Catherine made a sweet nod to his young age with the tie she chose.
Louis had his hair combed to one side and looked very dainty in blue shorts, long socks, a blazer, and shirt. Meanwhile, adorably tiny bicycles were embroidered on his tie!
James, the new Earl of Wessex, also wore a tie with decorations; he was not the only royal wearing one.
The 15-year-old wore a tie decorated with Land Rovers as he went to the Easter service with his parents, Sophie and Edward.
It might have been a heartfelt tribute to his late grandfather, Prince Philip. The late Queen’s husband enjoyed driving green Freelanders and had a close relationship with the brand.
Additionally, he created his own customized Defender to transport his casket. At the age of 99, Philip passed away on April 9, 2021.
The first Easter service of King Charles’s reign was attended by a large contingent of royals on Sunday.
The Waleses, the Tindalls, Princess Beatrice and pregnant Princess Eugenie, Princess Anne, and the new Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh all joined the monarch and Queen Camilla.
Given that the late Queen was buried in the 15th-century chapel and that the Easter Sunday service was the first to be held since her passing, the family’s visit was probably bittersweet.