Princess Kate will likely stay awake late to follow touching a tradition for Prince Louis, who is set to celebrate his fifth birthday on Sunday. In 2019, during a special baking programme with baking expert Mary Berry – which was titled ‘A Berry Royal Christmas’ – Kate revealed the tradition. In the show, Kate told Mary that she loves “making the cake” for the three children’s birthdays.
Speaking on the show, Kate said: “It’s become a bit of a tradition that I stay up until midnight with ridiculous amounts of cake mix and icing and I make far too much. But I love it.”
Although no plans have been released about what Prince Louis will be up to on his special day, Kate will no doubt make sure the day is one to remember.
In just over a weeks’ time, Princess Charlotte will also be celebrating her birthday – meaning another late night for the Princess of Wales.
The couple’s second child, and only daughter, will be celebrating her eighth birthday on May 2.
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Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte are both set to join their royal parents at the King’s Coronation on May 6.
Their elder brother, Prince George, will hold a starring role at the historical event.
The young royal, who will turn 10 in July, will be one of the King’s four Pages of Honours.
The other three are children of The King’s friends – Lord Oliver Cholmondeley, Nicholas Barclay and Ralph Tollemache.
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Their cousins, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, were reportedly not yet been invited to the coronation.
Archie will turn 4 on the day of his grandfather’s Coronation, and Lilibet will be just shy of her 2nd birthday.
Earlier this month, it was confirmed that the two little ones will remain in California with their mother, Meghan Markle.
Prince Harry will be travelling to the UK to attend the Coronation alone.
Despite only being four-years-old, Prince Louis has made more royal appearances in the past year.
He made his debut at the recent Easter Sunday service – alongside his royal parents, George and Charlotte.
The family-of-five arrived all smiles at the service, which took place in Windsor.