Prince Louis has some big shoes to fill, as shown in his newly released birth certificate, which lists his parent's occupations quite frankly.
The Duke And Duchess Make It Official
From afar, the little prince could almost pass for any other adorable newborn. One look at his birth certificate shows he's not quite any typical baby.
The birth certificate listed his parents' occupations as "Prince of the United Kingdom" and "Princess of the United Kingdom," which People reports is the same occupation listed in the official certificates of the newborn's siblings Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
Prince Louis' birth certificate released https://t.co/IqP0e8UcdL pic.twitter.com/aTDEOYaQVj — PA Royal Reporters (@PARoyal) May 1, 2018
The document was signed by Prince William and witnessed by Westminster City Council registrar Patricia Gordon.
"It has been a great honor to register and formally welcome the latest addition to the royal family, Prince Louis Arthur Charles," Gordon explains in a statement in Us Weekly. "This follows a long history of Westminster City Council registering royal bites including Prince Louis' siblings Prince George and Princess Charlotte."
It's only the beginning of the royal family's life as a party of five. Ingrid Seward, royal biographer, tells People that Prince Louis' birth "completes them."
"[Parenthood] suits them really well," a friend adds. "They are enjoying it and are very happy."
The Queen Checks In
One of the happy visitors to the newborn is none other than the Queen, who stopped by Kensington Palace to meet her great-grandson for the very first time.
Queen Elizabeth flew in 40 minutes from Windsor Castle to London, according to a report from Royal Central.
Happy Birthday Princess Charlotte
It's not just the birth of Prince Louis that the royal family is celebrating but also the birthday of Princess Charlotte, who turns three on Wednesday, May 2.
The princess, born Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana of Cambridge on 2015, celebrates her third birthday just nine days after the birth of her baby brother.
According to BT, the princess will be part of the Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding as a member of the bridal party. Charlotte was also a bridesmaid at the wedding of her aunt Pippa Middleton.
It's unclear, though, if the newborn prince will be joining the festivities of the royal wedding. While some believe that he won't be in attendance due to being less than a month old, there are other who think Prince Louis will show up with the rest of the family.
"I would expect nanny Maria Borrallo or Carole Middleton to be on hand to look after Prince Louis while they are in St George's Chapel," Emily Nash, royal correspondent, says in Hello Magazine. "But as he will be less than a month old, I'm sure Kate will want him nearby, even if we don't see him at the service."
Prince Harry and Markle will wed on May 19 in St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle.