Priceless portraits! Duchess Kate and prince william have marked her children’s birthdays every year with new portraits.
The sweet tradition started when their eldest son, Prince George, celebrated his first year in July 2014. The little one walked through in the photo taken John Stillwell, which looks grown-up in a Petit Bateau denim overall, navy polo shirt and matching leather shoes.
“He was very lively, very confident and very sure of himself,” said Stillwell Us weekly of the toddler at the time. “He’s a very determined boy. And who does he look like? I have to tell his father William. ‘
George became a big brother when Princess Charlotte arrived in May 2015, followed by Prince Louis in April 2018. While the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s eldest was cut by many photographers for his birthday, Mario Testino to Matt PorteousKate has taken the photos of her youngest two children over the years.
In 2020, the Duchess photographed all three members of her brood. Louis played with rainbow paint on his 2nd birthday in April, and his older sister posed sweetly in a plaid dress the following month. In July, George smiled in a camo shirt.
Kate, who married the prince in April 2011, opened in February 2020 what she wants her children to ‘remember about their childhood’. She said during a podcast episode of “Happy Mum, Happy Baby”: “Is it that I sit down to do their math and spelling homework over the weekend? Or is it the fact that we went out and lit a campfire tried to cook sausages that didn’t work because it’s too wet that’s what i would like them to remember those moments with me as mom but also the family going to the beach get soaked fill our boots full of water “That’s what I want them to remember.”
Keep scrolling to see the royal children’s birthday portraits over the years, from outdoor photo shoots to special moments for siblings.