Prince Louis’ next public appearance will not be as soon as you think, according to royal expert

Prince Louis is now nearly five-months-old, but when will royal fans next catch a glimpse of the little royal?

Kate and Wills’ youngest son, little Prince Louis, was born last April and since then we’ve only seen him very few times.

He was pictured outside the Lindo Wing just after his birth, and Kensington Palace released adorable snaps for Princess Charlotte’s birthday in May.

We also saw him when he had his christening (who can forget one of Princess Charlotte’s sassiest moments?), which was in July, so it’s no wonder royal fans are eager to see how much the baby boy has grown up.

So will we get to see the George and Charlotte’s little brother? According to royal expert Emily Nash, the next chance to see the little prince might come in just a few months, as Christmas approaches, in the Cambridges’ traditional festive postcard.

During a Royal Watch Facebook Live, Emily said: ‘There are no big family outings that we’re aware of in the next few months – no Trooping the Colour, nothing like that. We often see them around Christmas.

Prince Louis: May 2018Prince Louis was picture with his older sister for her birthday, in May

‘The family quite often sends out a Christmas card or there’s some sort of image of them and I think we’d all like to see the Cambridges as a family of five. Perhaps wearing some festive jumpers!’

The royal commentator also added that Prince Charles’ 70th birthday could also be an opportunity for a big family gathering, but there seem to be no plans for any public appearances yet.

‘The children’s grandfather has a very big birthday coming up. Prince Charles is turning 70 on 14 November so it could be an opportunity for all the family to get together, who knows? There are reports of a big party, I’m sure there will be big celebrations’, she said.

The Cambridges will also be making an appearance at Princess Eugenie’s wedding, in October, but it’s unlikely Louis will join George and Charlotte and their parents at the ceremony.