Children across the UK have created images of rainbows as a symbol of hope during the coronavirus lockdown.
Rainbows have been spotted in windows across the country, raising the spirits during a difficult time for many.
Prince Louis, the youngest child of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, joined the fun with his own tribute to the rainbow poster.
The poster appears in a set of photographs published by the family before their second birthday Thursday.
The photos were taken by her passionate photographer Kate’s mother Kate at the Norfolk family home earlier this month.
Louis, fifth on the throne line, is captured smiling at the camera and raising his hands to show the colors of the rainbow.
Schools could be closed, but George and Charlotte – and maybe Louis too – were entertained and educated.
In a recent interview, the Duchess said that teaching children at home was “difficult” and that she felt “very mean” to maintain the makeshift school during the holidays.
“It’s just having that little structure, actually,” she said.
“It’s great, there are so many great tips online and fun activities you can do with the kids, so it wasn’t all hardcore.”
The children were aware of the coronavirus epidemic, she added, saying she had discussed it with them in an “age-appropriate” manner.
Louis was seen with his older brothers and sisters George and Charlotte at the end of last month applaud in support of health care workers who are trying to treat patients during the virus epidemic.
His last major release was his first appearance on the balcony of Buckingham Palace after Trooping The Color last summer, alongside his extended family.