The relatable reason Prince Louis may not attend King's coronation as Kate reveals how he releases energy after school
Royal fans are worried Prince Louis will skip the historic service following Kate Middleton's recent comments about his after-school routine
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Royal fans are concerned that Prince Louis may not attend King Charles III's coronation in May, following Kate Middleton's recent comments about the four-year-old's energetic after-school routine.
- Royal fans are worried that Prince Louis may not attend the King's coronation in May, following Kate Middleton's recent comments about her youngest son's after-school routine.
- The lively four-year-old apparently always asks to do the same activity when he returns home from Lambrook to help him expend his extra energy.
- In other royal news, the special coronation honor Queen Camilla will receive that won’t be the same as Queen Elizabeth’s.
Prince Louis may not attend the King's coronation in May – an absence that will likely lead to widespread disappointment from royal fans.
With exactly two months to go until Charles and Camilla are crowned on May 6 at Westminster Abbey in London, speculation is heating up over details about the highly-anticipated ceremony. The King and Queen Consort's coronation will be attended by approximately 2000 guests, with religious leaders, foreign dignitaries, and European royals all expected to travel to the UK capital in honor of the historic event. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have also been invited to the service, but have yet to confirm if they'll be making the transatlantic trip over for it.
It's been widely reported that the Prince and Princess of Wales and their three children will be actively involved in the King's coronation, with royal experts predicting that the monarch's heirs, Prince William and Prince George, will receive the majority of the spotlight after Charles and Camilla. It remains unclear, however, to what extent the youngest Wales child will participate in the event.
Ever since Prince Louis hit headlines back in June for his antics at the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, royal fans have been desperate for more adorable moments from the sweet four-year-old. However, with the coronation ceremony expected to last several hours, it's possible that William and Kate may choose to leave Louis at home in Adelaide Cottage rather than subject him to the long and tiring schedule.
Last week, Kate Middleton shared how the cherubic royal relaxes after a busy day at school, revealing the very simple activity he enjoys to help expend his leftover energy.
Louis was enrolled in Lambrook School last September alongside his older siblings, Prince George, and Princess Charlotte, shortly after the family moved from London to Adelaide Cottage in Windsor. The relocation marked a big educational milestone for Louis, who had previously been attending Willcock's Nursery in Kensington. Now in Reception Year at Lambrook, the junior royal's schedule has likely become even more intense.
It's no wonder that Louis needs to burn off some steam when he gets home after school. Luckily, his parents know just how to help him do this.
On a visit to a rehabilitation center in Wales last week, Kate expressed the importance of nature for her youngest child's wellbeing.
The princess said that Louis always requests to play outside in the garden after school, revealing that he "comes homes and says, 'I need to get my energy out!'"
Emma is a Lifestyle News Writer for woman&home. Hailing from the lovely city of Dublin, she mainly covers the Royal Family and the entertainment world, as well as the occasional health and wellness feature. Always up for a good conversation, she has a passion for interviewing everyone from A-list celebrities to the local GP - or just about anyone who will chat to her, really.
Emma holds an MA in International Journalism from City, University of London and a BA in English Literature from Trinity College Dublin.
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