Royal fans in search of a cute junior royal to coo over need look no further that
Now in new photos shared by the Luxembourg charity Friends of Museums on
Grand Duchess Stephanie, the wife of Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume, 39, is the patron of the charity.
The beaming prince shows off his newly-acquired front teeth in the photos, adorably dressed in a Ralph Lauren teddy jumper.
New pictures show Prince Charles of Luxembourg, seven-months-old, beaming during story time with his mother Hereditary Grand Duchess of Luxembourg Stephanie, 36
‘Thank you to our patron, the Hereditary Grande Duchess, for reading Mysteries at the Museums by Marie-Isabelle Callier to Prince Charles, who seems ready to become a friend of our six musems and art and history centre,’ the post read.
In the snaps, Prince Charles smiles and coos as his mother turns the pages of the beautiful illustrated book in front of him.
The cute royal seems intrigued by the book cover, and tries to reach out for it in one of the pictures, to help his mother out turn the page.
He is wearing an adorable beige sweater with a teddy bear on the front, with a pair of navy blue trousers.
The adorable snaps were shared by local charity Friends of Museums, of which Grand Duchess Stephanie is the patron
Doting mother Grand Duchess Stephanie, wearing a tasteful white blouse, is all smiles as she reads during the sweet mother-son moment.
The Grand Ducal family have been delighting royal fans with adorable snaps of the young Prince since his birth, at the height of lockdown in May.
Ahead of Christmas, Grand Duke Guillaume and Grand Duchess Stephanie released heartwarming pictures of their son enjoying his first Christmas tree.
‘The hereditary Grand Duke, Grand Duchess and Prince Charles wish you all excellent holidays, and take the opportunity of this magical moment spent together to share with you these new pictures,’ the Instagram post read.
A beaming Prince Charles looked attentive and happy as his mother read to him while he sat on her laps
The photographs showed little Charles reaching for baubles as his father and mother decorated their Christmas tree.
Another snap, taken outside, showed the happy family wrapped up for winter, with the young prince sporting an adorable grey beanie hat.
In the first picture, Prince Charles flashed an adorable toothless grin to the camera in his father’s arms.
Proud dad Guillaume, 38, held his son high, while Stephanie, 36, leaned against her husband’s shoulder in a sweet embrace.
The next snap saw the hereditary Grand Duke hold his son close to the Christmas tree, with Prince Charles, dressed in an adorable light grey sweater, reaching for a bauble.
The adorable prince flashed the camera an adorable toothless grin. His beaming parents seemed delighted as they help him close
The Grand Ducal court have shared snap of the seven-months-old prince Charles and his parents Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume, 38, and Hereditary Grand Duchess Stepganie, 36, taken at Fischbah castle on Instagram, where the couple wished everyone good winter holidays
The curious young royal looked entranced by the tree and the ornaments in the pictures taken with his parents.
Grand Duchess Stephanie also held Charles close to the tree in another picture, as she placed a bauble on a branch.
Another snap, taken outside of the castle, saw the family wrap up for Winter, with Charles sporting an adorable grey beanie hat with a pompom at the top.
The prince gave the camera his best smile while his doting mother wrapped her arms around him, and his father held him in his arms.
After this eventful day of decorating, the tiny prince had fallen asleep rubbing his eye in his mother’s arms in an adorable last snap.
At the time of his birth in May, the young Prince could not meet his grandparents Henri, Grand Duke of Luxembourg, and Grand Duchess Maria Teresa because of social distancing measure put in place to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
But intimate pictures shared in June revealed the newest member of the grand ducal family and eventually met his doting grandparents.
Discussing the birth of his son back in May, Prince Guillaume said it was ‘probably the most incredible day that we will have in our life’, adding: ‘To be able to greet the child that comes into one’s life is the most magical thing, parenting, a couple can have.’
Photographs were then shared as the newborn met his grandparents the Grand Duke Henri and Grand Duchess Maria Teresa over a video call.