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Duchess Catherine Reveals Prince Louis Has a Cheeky Side

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Everyone’s talking about baby Archie, but there’s another little royal who is growing up fast: Prince Louis! On her most recent outing to Bletchely Park to view an exhibition celebrating codebreakers’ role during the Second World War, Duchess Catherine revealed that her youngest child, Prince Louis, is coming into his own and has even developed a cheeky side.

According to the royal mom of three, Prince Louis “is keeping us on our toes,” and hinted that he’s already started to walk. “I turned around the other day and he was at the top of the slide — I had no idea!” the Duchess of Cambridge revealed to a royal watcher.

Back when Prince Louis was just nine months old, royal photographer Mark Stewart said that Duchess Catherine told one woman at the Victoria and Albert museum that the little prince was “already a fast crawler.” Clearly he’s growing up fast!

The Daily Mail‘s Rebecca English also reported that Duchess Catherine was given four cuddly toys by the primary school codebreakers: a squirrel, fox, owl, and rabbit for five-year-old George, four-year-old Charlotte,  one-year-old Louis, and baby Archie

“They love wild animals. They will look after these,” the Duchess said.

While Prince Louis has yet to make an official royal outing, at a little more than a year old, the fifth in line to the throne has appeared in many family photos. Most recently, Kensington Palace released three photos of the little prince in celebration of his first birthday taken by Duchess Catherine herself at their home in Norfolk.

This article originally appeared on our sister site, Now to Love.

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