Tongue out, his mother’s shades on, and summoning all the sass a 1-year-old can, Prince Louis of Cambridge stole the show at the King Power Royal Charity Polo Day yesterday at the Billingbear Polo Club in England.
Photos of the British royal family are spreading like wildfire today after the much-obsessed-over British duchesses Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton brought their children to watch Prince Harry and Prince William duke it out on the polo field for the Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha Memorial Trophy yesterday.
It was the first such event in the memory of Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, the founder of Thai duty monopoly King Power and owner of England’s Leicester FC, who died last year.
Despite the fact that Princess William, aka the duke of Cambridge, was on the winning team, it was his third and youngest son that won hearts across the globe.
We can unanimously agree that this was Louis’s day, right? He is still a baby, but he already has a great and big personality!
He looks like George, but he has Charlotte’s bubble personality multiplied by 10,000. pic.twitter.com/OxMijQ6edB
— Isa (@Isaguor) July 10, 2019
“We can unanimously agree that this was Louis’s day, right? He is still a baby, but he already has a great and big personality!” Twitter user Isaguor wrote early this morning.
BOSS BABY, IS BACK AGAIN 😎😍 pic.twitter.com/bzI2n1O3R6
— ᴅᴀʀʟɪɴɢ.🕊️ (@acupofanna) July 10, 2019
While rocking Duchess Middleton’s designer shades, some described the royal toddler as “the boss baby.”
This event also marked the first big outing for 2-month-old Archie Mountbatten-Windsor, the son of Prince Harry, duke of Sussex, and the actress-turned-princess Markle – and the Twitter-verse can’t get enough of their royal playdate.
— Rookie (@royalfocus1) July 10, 2019
Princess William played for the King Power Air Asia Team, alongside the new Leicester City chairman Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha, Vichai’s son. He was pitted against his brother, Harry who was on the Tarmac team. The King Power team won by a narrow 7-6 victory.
The memorial cup was announced following the Thai billionaire’s death in a helicopter crash at the football stadium of his English Football League Championship club, Leicester City. His contributions to the Leicester community made him a beloved figure – something rarely achieved by the Premier League’s foreign owners.
The King Power Royal Charity Polo Day helps raise funds and awareness for 15 charities supported by the British royal family including African Parks and The Queen’s Commonwealth Trust. According to royal reporter Richard Palmer, more than GBP1 million (THB38 million) was raised from the match.
At the end of the day, they are brothers.
TRH Prince William, The Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex.
📸 Getty Images. pic.twitter.com/Wlwt4tNGbw
— Isa (@Isaguor) July 10, 2019
This year’s King Power Royal Charity Polo Day had significant meaning for the Srivaddhanaprabha family as they paid tribute to Khun Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha by presenting a memorial trophy in his honour.
Today’s event raised £1 million pounds for fifteen benefitting charities. pic.twitter.com/mX7X4vFZSX
— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) July 10, 2019