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Prince Louis could be taking on a very special role next year, as pageboy at two family weddings.
- The little royal could join his siblings Prince George and Princess Charlotte as a pageboy next year.
- The youngest of the Cambridge brood will be turning two in April, and some royal experts think he might be able to join the bridal party.
- This follows royal news (opens in new tab) that an old video of Kate Middleton and Prince George has resurfaced and fans are loving it (opens in new tab).
Little Louis has delighted fans in his very few public appearances so far, so it’s no wonder we want to see more of the young prince.
And with two weddings in his family coming up, we might just be in luck.
Princess Beatrice will be tying the knot next year after announcing her engagement to Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, as well as Kate’s brother, James Middleton, who recently revealed he's engaged to Alizee Thevenet (opens in new tab).
Prince George and Princess Charlotte were pageboy and bridesmaid respectively at Pippa Middleton’s wedding in 2017, and also last year at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding and Princess Eugenie’s wedding to Jack Brooksbank.
Louis was too young to participate in last year's nuptials, but next year might be his time to shine now that he’s a bit older and he’s walking.
Kaitlin Menza, co-host of royal podcast Royally Obsessed, said: “It’s a reminder that we’re running out of royal weddings so I’m very happy these two are coming up.
“Beatrice’s and James Middleton’s but that’s it.
“I hope James’ is on the scale of Pippa's in that we get to see all the images at the church so we feel included.”
Fellow co-host Lisa Ryan added: “Of course and maybe his little nieces and nephews will be getting involved as pageboys and bridesmaids.”
Kaitlin added, “Louis! He’s walking now but I think he will be ready for that kind of role by next year.
“I have faith in him. I think he will.”