A clip of Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, and her youngest child, Prince Louis, at the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations earlier this year has resurfaced on TikTok and left royals fans slightly confused.
In the short snippet, which was originally broadcast by Sky, the mum of three (and future Queen Consort) can be seen handing Louis - who well and truly stole the show over the Jubilee weekend with his funny faces - a drink. But some eagle-eyed viewers of the clip have questioned what exactly it was that the Duchess passed over to the four-year-old.
Underneath the TikTok posted by HELLO!, one social media fan queried, "Louis is four... surprised to see him using a milk bottle?" while another disputed that it was a milk bottle and wrote, "It's a sippy cup - brilliant to reduce spills, ruined clothes, chairs, rugs and less mess for someone else to clean."
A third also wrote a message saying that any type of judgement over Kate's parenting skills is entirely uncalled for, regardless of what the drink was (hard agree - and of anybody's parenting methods in general tbh). "So many judgemental parents on here, who cares if it's a bottle or a sippy cup?" they added.
Another, however, appeared to clear the whole debate up and chimed in to say it was more than likely a Fortnum & Mason water bottle that Kate gave to Louis, something that each gift bag for attendees contained – and judging from the above photo, we'd say that's exactly right.
"It's not a sippy cup or baby bottle, it's a Fortnum & Mason water bottle, a gift in the gift bags given to every guest in the stands," they wrote.
Here's hoping that we'll get to spot the Duchess and Louis out and about again soon! We're very much on board with his meme-worthy expressions.
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