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Princess Kate makes hilarious confession about little Prince Louis

Because of his vivacious personality and cheeky nature, Prince Louis has quickly become a favorite among royal watchers.

And now his mother, the Princess of Wales, has shared a humorous confession about her youngest child, who will turn five next month.


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The mother-of-three was discussing her family while on a visit to a therapy garden at a rehabilitation facility in Wales.

She disclosed that Louis, along with his siblings Princess Charlotte and Prince George, all attend Lambrook School in Bracknell, Berkshire, and that every day after school, he has a special request.

Catherine revealed that after a day of lessons, little Louis needs to spend time outside to let off some steam. Louis comes home and says, “I need to get my energy out!” she remarked.

The royal kids’ first opportunity to go to school together was at Lambrook.


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At the prep school, George, Charlotte, and Louis are currently in Year 5, Year 3, and the reception class, respectively.

Despite being three of the most well-known kids in the world, George, Charlotte, and Louis aren’t addressed by their royal titles in school.

To honor their parents’ new titles as the Prince and Princess of Wales, which they were given following the passing of Queen Elizabeth II last September, the siblings are simply referred to as George Wales, Charlotte Wales, and Louis Wales by their schoolmates.


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This also applied to Prince William and Prince Harry, who adopted the surname Wales, formerly held by their father Prince Charles, as their last name in school. Royal family members typically don’t use a surname; instead, they are only addressed in public as His or Her Royal Highness and their first name.

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In addition, they may be referred to by the name of their residence, such as Windsor, which may not be the same as their given name, such as Mountbatten-Windsor.

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