Prince Louis wears same outfit that Prince Harry wore as a toddler in 1986 for Trooping the Colour celebration
Prince Louis, the youngest child of Kate Middleton and Prince William, made his Buckingham Palace balcony debut on Saturday at the Trooping the Colour celebrations. The young royal, who celebrated his first birthday in April, won everyone's heart in what looked like a hand-me-downs from his uncle Prince Harry.
Carrying forward a royal tradition of wearing a white and blue outfit, Louis appeared to be wearing the outfit that Uncle Harry wore in 1986.
Harry, who is now 34, wore a very similar outfit for his second appearance at Trooping the Colour back in 1986. Photos from the celebrations show a young Prince Harry in the arms of Princess Anne, as she held the young prince up to greet the crowd, while many members of his family, including mother Princess Diana, looked on.
With it's not confirmed whether it's the same outfit, Louis' blue and white outfit reminded onlookers of the light blue outfit with cream lace that both his father and older brother Prince George wore at their first Trooping the Colour celebrations.
Kate Middleton made a nod to sister-in-law Meghan Markle with her own pale yellow ensemble, wearing a matching hat by Philip Treacy with floral detail, which she had previously worn to Harry and Meghan’s royal wedding last May.
Meanwhile, Meghan took a break from her maternity leave to attend the Trooping the Colour celebrations.
Louis was joined by his big brother George and big sister Charlotte along with the rest of the royal family for his big debut. The excited 1-year-old continuously waved to the crowds from the balcony while in his mother's arms, before reaching for William who held him for the remainder of the iconic flypast.
Louis celebrated his first birthday on April 23. The new royal baby, Archie, skipped the celebrations this year and is expected to make his debut at the Trooping the Colour celebrations next year.