The duo sparked a sweet reactionPhoto: Mail Online

Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte’s incredible bond revealed

During the walkabout at Sandringham on Christmas Day, Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte made clear how close they are.

Little Louis, age 4, was seen in a sweet video uploaded to Twitter running over to his sister, age 7, carrying a lovely bouquet of fresh flowers. The young royal enthusiastically yelled out Charlotte’s name as he sped towards his sibling.


Prince Louis could be seen chasing after his sister Princess Charlotte before handing her flowers.


As Louis handed the lovely flowers over, crowds of royal admirers cooed in unison in appreciation of his thoughtful gesture.

On Christmas Day, Louis reached a significant milestone when he participated in his first Sandringham walkabout with his older siblings and parents, Prince William, and Princess Catherine.

Louis wore a navy wool coat, burgundy corduroy shorts, and a pair of leather loafers to make his walkabout debut and looked particularly dapper. Meanwhile, Princess Charlotte reused her stunning cranberry coat that she had previously worn to Catherine’s carol concert. She paired the festive dress with a coordinating hair ribbon.

Princess Catherine, who is always the epitome of style, stole the show in a stunning khaki ensemble that included a statement Philip Treacy hat, high-heeled boots, and an Alexander McQueen coat in a forest green military style.


The four-year-old won over the crowd with his adorable gesture.


The mother-of-three exuded sophistication as she paired her green outfit with a pair of stunning gold earrings from the Parisian label Sézane.

The royal opted for a flawless complexion with bronzed, dewy skin, a pop of pink blush, and generous amounts of mascara. She styled her brunette hair in loose waves beneath her hat.

Prince William and Princess Catherine were among the senior royals who joined King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla at their Norfolk home to celebrate their first Christmas without the late Queen.

The royal family is residing at their exclusive estate in Norfolk, where Queen Elizabeth II has frequently welcomed her family during the holiday season. The Christmas Day walkabout before the church service has always been one of the highlights of the royal tradition, which started in 1988 when Windsor Castle was being rewired.


The royals attended the church service at St Mary Magdalene
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Children used to only come to the service once they were a little older. When they first went, Prince William was five years old and Prince Harry was seven. Princess Charlotte, however, accompanied Prince William and Catherine when she was a young child.

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