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Stacey Leasca
November 09, 2018

The British royal family is typically pretty open when it comes to sharing adorable photos of all the weddings and babies in the family. The palace is usually great about sharing updates on Meghan, Harry, Kate, and William’s every move on Instagram and Twitter. But, there’s one member of the family who has remained rather elusive on the internet. Until now.

Buried deep inside the new BBC One documentary, “Prince, Son & Heir: Charles at 70,” is a new, rather rare picture of the youngest royal, Prince Louis.

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The adorable photo shows Charles in his own rare moment of smiling joy as he holds Louis’ teeny, tiny royal baby hand. The youngest prince is being held by his mother in the photo.

As the Today Show pointed out, photos of Prince Louis have been hard to come by. In fact, the royal has only officially been seen in public twice after he was born on April 23. His last official photos came out just after his christening in July.

There is one other absolutely adorable set of photos out there of Prince Louis as well. In May, the palace released two images of Louis that were taken by the Duchess of Cambridge. In the first, Louis sits alone in his adorable little bed.

In the second, Louis received a sweet kiss from his older sister, Princess Charlotte, who very clearly loves her new sibling.

“This image was taken on 2nd May, on Princess Charlotte’s third Birthday,” the palace wrote in the caption of the post. “‪The Duke and Duchess would like to thank members of the public for their kind messages following the birth of Prince Louis, and for Princess Charlotte’s third birthday.”

While Louis sightings may be rare we’re willing to bet an adorable royal family Christmas card is on its way.

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