Royal travel: Prince Louis hasn’t hit huge royal milestone yet – but baby Archie has

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Prince Louis is two years old – and has spent all of the third year of his life away from public view thanks to quarantine restrictions imposed on the UK during coronavirus. The Royal Family have seen many events cancelled this year – and, thanks to covid-19, poor Louis has yet to reach a milestone both his siblings and cousin baby Archie have hit.

Despite Archie being just 15 months old, he has done something Louis has never done – go on a royal tour.

The littlest Windsor tot joined his parents, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, during their tour of Africa last year.

He was famously pictured meeting Archbishop Desmond Tutu.

Louis, meanwhile, has yet to join his parents on a tour – either in the UK, or abroad.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were slated to tour Australia this year, to tour areas ravaged by bushfires.

It was assumed their three children would join them – as Prince George did in New Zealand in 2014. 

Princess Charlotte has also accompanied her parents abroad on official business, heading to Canada with them in 2016.

Prince Louis must continue to wait, as the Australia tour was cancelled due to the rising threat of coronavirus – which went onto become a fully blown pandemic, and doesn’t show signs of going away any time soon.

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When he does finally get to go abroad, there are stringent rules Louis will have to follow.

According to one royal etiquette expert, royal children must be prepared for events and public appearances both in the UK and abroad.

This means being subject to some strict lessons in how to behave.

Children must enter into etiquette lessons “as soon as they’re old enough to sit at a table,” says etiquette expert Myka Meier.

“They are raised having formal meals, going to formal events and practising everything from voice levels to dressing appropriately to even, of course, how to curtsy and bow,” she told People Magazine.

These rules will then be followed when they are flown around the world with their parents on Royal visits.

In many cases, though, the Royal children embarked on Royal Tours before they could even walk.

Such was the case for little Prince George.

In April 2014, aged just nine months old, Prince George jetted off on a royal tour of New Zealand with his parents.

It was there that Sky News cameras captured the tiny prince’s first ‘royal wave’.

As heir to the throne, it is likely he will have to practise plenty more in the coming years.

Since they travel so frequently with their children, there is one item that Kate always takes with her. She reportedly takes a camera with her wherever they travel to capture special memories.

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