Prince Louis' pays tribute to NHS as he celebrates 2nd birthday [photos]

A set of new photos of adorable Prince Louis paying tribute to NHS heroes have been released as the little royal celebrates his second birthday.

The pictures were taken by his mum, the Duchess of Cambridge, as she helped him make the picture for a home schooling session during the country's coronavirus lockdown.

The cute pictures show Louis in a checked blue and white shirt, with his hands covered in paint and smiling for the camera.

His work resulted in a multi-coloured handprint which has been proudly on display by parents William and Kate in the window of their Norfolk home, where the family has been staying during the coronavirus outbreak.

Children across the UK have been creating rainbow pictures as a symbol of hope during the coronavirus lockdown to put in their windows.

Louis joined big brother Prince George, six, Princess Charlotte, four, as they helped lead the first moving "Clap for Our Carers" moment last month.

The three children, who along with most youngsters in the country are now being homeschooled by their parents, have only been seen on "official" royal business on a handful of special occasions.

But it was thought that it was so important to recognise the sacrifices made by people across the country, who have prioritised patients and the greater good over their own personal lives, that they were allowed to join their parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

In a recent interview, Kate said she found teaching her children at home "challenging", and added with a laugh "don't tell the children we've actually kept it going through the holidays I feel very mean".

"It's just having that bit of structure, actually. It's great, there are so many great tips online and fun activities that you can do with the children so it hasn't been all hardcore," she added.

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