His mother snapped a series of hilarious photos of Prince Louis, dressed in shorts and a gray pullover, as usual.

Prince Louis will join his siblings at the new school in September while Kate launches the Prince’s birthday

Prince Louis standing on Norfolk Beach, holding a cricket ball, looks at each other the young athlete in this photo released to celebrate his fourth birthday.

His mother, the Duchess of Cambridge, snapped a series of hilarious photos of the fifth-in-line to the throne, in corduroy and a gray cardigan, as usual, earlier this month.

Kate, 40, photographer Ken, always knows how to get the best out of her kids, and the smile on her youngest’s face shows that Louis is growing up to be a happy, struggling little kid.

The photos come as the Daily Mail can exclusively reveal that the youngster is set to join his older brother, Prince George, eight, and sister Princess Charlotte, six, at a new school in September.

His mother snapped a series of hilarious photos of Prince Louis, dressed in shorts and a gray pullover, as usual.

Kate, 40, photographer Ken, always knows how to get the best out of her kids, and the smile on her youngest's face explains it

The photos come as the Daily Mail can exclusively reveal the youngster is ready to join his older brother, Prince George, eight, and sister Princess Charlotte, six, at a new school in September.

The photos come as the Daily Mail can exclusively reveal the youngster is ready to join his older brother, Prince George, eight, and sister Princess Charlotte, six, at a new school in September.

Their parents, who are looking to move to Berkshire soon, are currently exploring options to have their three children in the same co-educational institution, understandably.

Earlier this year, the Mail revealed that William and Kate are “fast forward” with plans for a new life in key counties. George is already set to leave Thomas School in Battersea, southwest London, for a new preparatory school in the Royal District this fall. But now it turns out that Charlotte and Louis might join him, too.

Charlotte had always been ‘so happy and settled’ with Thomas and it was thought Louis would join her later this year.

In one photo, Lewis flashes a shy smile as he rushes towards the camera. Two other shows of the prince, in a star-printed sweatshirt, blue shirt and teal shorts, holding a cricket ball, suggesting that he is indeed a budding young athlete.

The fourth and final photo of Lewis smiling shows another hiatus as he looks up at the sky – a portrait of a happy, healthy little boy.

Royal fans will be delighted to see new photos of Louis after they missed the recent royal engagements that his older brother and sister attended.

George, eight, and Charlotte, six, joined their parents first at the Duke of Edinburgh’s Thanksgiving service, and then at Easter Mass, while Louis was at home.

Norfolk’s windswept North Coast holds a special place in the hearts of Cambridge. It is the place where the family can relax together by climbing the sand dunes, learning to sail or swimming in the sea.

William and Kate released a memorable video of their family, filmed in part on a Norfolk beach, to celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary last year.

The Duchess of Cambridge often takes pictures of her children for their birthdays. Last year, I crashed Prince Louis on his training bike before his first day in nursery school.

His birthday will be a welcome joy and distraction for William, 39, and Kate, 40, who have faced questions this week about Prince Harry’s recent interviews with the US media.

In another controversial interview with a US radio station, the Duke of Sussex claimed on Wednesday that one of the reasons he traveled to the UK last week to see his grandmother – for a supposed private meeting – was because he wanted to make sure she was protected and got the right people around her.

His controversial comment not only caused ridicule that it came from a man who had spent most of the past two and a half years abroad and caused a lot of grief for his grandmother, but also caused speculation about who he might be referring to.

Harry is known to have a historical dislike of so-called “men in gray suits”, the chief court men who advise the Queen.

Lewis is currently enrolled at Wilcox Nursery in Kensington, just a few minutes from the family home in Kensington Palace, where Charlotte also went.

But it appears that perhaps for practical reasons, Cambridge is now considering keeping the three children together.

The royal couple have been seen touring several schools in the area and keen to find a school out of town and where all facilities are on one campus, they take in mail from multiple sources.

The news also suggests that the family may consider upgrading sticks entirely outside of London for a new life in the country, using Kensington Palace and their home there, Apartment 1A, as a ‘working base’.

They intend to keep the palace even after they become the Prince and Princess of Wales.

The photo series has become the latest release of Kate's photos - which usually come on her children's birthdays.  Pictured: Prince Louis, one year old

The photo series has become the latest release of Kate’s photos – which usually come on her children’s birthdays. Pictured: Prince Louis, one year old

Kate has always had the ability to draw a smile from her children in her photos - and Louis is no exception.  Pictured: 2-year-old Prince Louis

Kate has always had the ability to draw a smile from her children in her photos – and Louis is no exception. Pictured: 2-year-old Prince Louis

The Duchess of Cambridge's release last year also showed Prince Louis going active on a red mini-bike.  Pictured: Prince Louis, three years old

The Duchess of Cambridge’s release last year also showed Prince Louis going active on a red mini-bike. Pictured: Prince Louis, three years old

Prince Louis standing on Norfolk Beach, cricket ball in hand, looks like the young athlete.  Pictured: Prince Louis, four years old

Prince Louis standing on Norfolk Beach, cricket ball in hand, looks like the young athlete. Pictured: Prince Louis, four years old

In fact, The Mail can reveal that William, 39, and Kate, 40, have recently searched for large private homes in the Berkshire area, specifically in villages near her parents’ home in Buckleybury, as well as more well-advertised homes. On the property of the Queen of Windsor.

Kate is very close to her parents, Michael and Carol Middleton, who often take care of her bosom when she and William are away from work or on royal tours and take them frequently from school.

The Duchess always speaks fondly of her idyllic childhood in the Berkshire countryside with her siblings, Pippa and James.

While it may take another 20 years before the couple ascend the throne, William and Kate are now beginning to decide where they see their family settle down.

They are eager to tolerate their offspring as normal childhoods as possible and feel that the Duchess’ home district, which in addition to being close to Kate’s family means she will be within driving distance of the Queen at Windsor Castle, is the perfect location.

They intend to vacate their current home in Norfolk, Anmer Hall, which will return to the Queen.

One source said: ‘Word is all three kids will be dropping out of their schools in London. William and Kate, in particular, love the idea of ‚Äč‚Äčtheir family growing up close to her childhood home. They are both rural people at heart and Kate spends a lot of time with her family anyway. It makes sense. Exactly that they would all be in the same school together.If all three kids were at school in Berkshire together, that also meant that George wouldn’t have to board a plane.

“The talk is that if they don’t find a niche with the Queen in Windsor, they will probably end up if not necessarily next to Bucklebury, not far from her. They have been watching potential properties discreetly in recent months.

Their decision to find somewhere with enough privacy may be influenced by their decision. On the estate of Windsor, where they saw several estates, they would already be within the royal security cordon.

The big new private house will require the police to create a whole new security system. But it can be done easily. The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall both own private homes in the Cotswolds as well as use Clarence House as a base in London.

Kensington Palace declined to comment, but the family is likely to make an official announcement in the coming months.

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