After all, with his eldest siblings, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, both at school and his parents jetting off to the likes of Ireland and Pakistan on regular royal tours, it’s no surprise that Prince Louis has plenty of time to develop his independence and find out his likes and dislikes.
On Monday, the Duchess of Cambridge hosted a reception at Buckingham Palace to celebrate the 25th anniversary of youth mental health charity Place2B and spoke about her youngest child with students from New North Academy in Islington and Salisbury Primary School in north-west London.
Ahead of the event, the children prepared to sing an original song for the royal and teamed up with musicians from the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
Meeting with the students prior to the performance, the Duchess shared some words of encouragement to calm their nerves.
‘You've written it especially for tonight?’ she asked the students about the song. ‘Thank you so much! What a treat for me.’
The Duchess also wished two children a happy birthday, adding that she should be singing to them.
She also revealed that ‘Happy Birthday’ is ‘one of Louis's favourite songs’, noting that her youngest son was ‘tucked up in bed’ while she was at the event.
In November, the Daily Mail reported that the Duchess regularly takes her son to music classes for babies and toddlers called Monkey Music.
For the occasion, the royal wore a blue gown by Jenny Packham with embellishment detailing.
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