William and his young son were spotted in Kensington Gardens in London on Friday, a day before Cambridges embarked on a royal tour, according to Instagram users who posted pictures and videos online. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will travel to the Caribbean, visiting Belize, Jamaica and the Bahamas on March 19-26 to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
Royal fans have been in a frenzy after a photo of William and Louis was posted on social media.
An Instagram user commented: “Awww, it’s so cute.” A second one said, “Wow, so adorable.”
Another wrote: “Wow, what an amazing and wonderful moment it was. So nice that they spent some time together before the tournament, especially without the security around them. “
A fourth said: “I like how normal Cambridge people are … they just live their lives without any fuss.”
Duce and Louis’s trip on Friday provided a rare glimpse of the family’s new puppy who is believed to have joined the Cambridges household before the death of their beloved dog Lupo.
Lupo has appeared in many family photos, keeping Kate and William company since 2012.
Sharing a photo with the dog on Instagram, Kate and William said when he died: “Very sad last weekend, our dear dog, Lupo, died.
“He’s been at the center of our family for the last nine years and we’ll miss him so much.”
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A visit to the Cambridges in the Bahamas will include visits to several islands, as well as a couple facing a world-famous junkanoo parade.
A Kensington Palace spokeswoman said: “During their visit, the Duke and Duchess will have the opportunity to commemorate Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee.
“Their program will also touch on a number of topics that are close to the hearts of Their Royal Highnesses and a key focus of their work with the Royal Foundation, including the Earthshot Award, mental health and the importance of early childhood for lifelong results.”
The tour comes after the Cambridges celebrated St Patrick’s Day on Thursday with the Irish Guards.
Kate was dressed in an emerald green outfit for the couple’s visit to the 1st Irish Guards Battalion for the St. Patrick’s Day parade at Mons Barracks in Aldershot, Hampshire.
The Duchess wore a clover on her jacket, while William, dressed in a military coat, had a twig on his hat.
William is the colonel of the Irish Guards, and the event was the first time the Cambridges have been able to celebrate the annual event with officers and soldiers of the regiment since the pandemic began.
The royal couple presented the clover of officers and avalanche officers, joining the parade mascot Séamus, an Irish wolf dog.