It Turns Out Prince Louis Did Attend Trooping the Color After All

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When it comes to catching adorable glimpses of Prince George and Princess Charlotte, our cup runneth over lately. From Princess Charlotte's wave at the royal wedding to the siblings' day out at Prince William's polo match this week, we've been spoiled. But when it comes to Prince Louis, we're feeling woefully understocked -- and it isn't because the littlest prince hasn't been out and about; it's because the Duke and Duchess have been keeping him under wraps. Evidently, Prince Louis was at Trooping the Color, but we never got a glimpse. What gives, Cambridges?

  • According to 'Hello!' magazine, Prince Louis was most likely inside Buckingham Palace with his nanny, Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo, at Trooping the Color.

    Being that Louis isn't even two months old -- and is yet to perfect his royal wave -- we'll give him a pass for not appearing on the balcony with his siblings. 

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  • More likely than not, Prince Louis will make his Trooping the Color debut next year. 

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    Princess Charlotte was only six weeks old for the 2015 celebration, and since the children's nanny was seen lifting George up to look at the crowds through a window, she most likely was watching Charlotte, as well. Prince George made his balcony debut just before he turned two, and Charlotte made hers shortly after turning one.

  • So, now the big question is: When will we see Louis again?

    We haven't see him since the Palace released these adorable photos of him in early May. 

  • Most likely, the next time Louis will be out in public will be his christening, which will probably be in July.

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    Kensington Palace is yet to make an official announcement on Louis's christening, but now that the royal wedding and Trooping the Color are over, it's likely to come any day. 

    As far as where Louis will be christened, it's anybody's guess. Prince George was christened at the Chapel Royal in St. James's Palace, while Charlotte was christened at the Church of St. Mary Magdalene on the Sandringham Estate in Norfolk. 

  • So, not much longer to go! And as long as we get to catch a few glimpses of Princess Charlotte in the interim, we should be good. 

    You have seriously cute older siblings, Louis, so be ready to bring it. 

    No pressure, buddy.