This is so cool! During his latest royal trip to Jordan, Prince William took a moment to sweetly recreate one of his wife Kate Middleton's childood photos in front of the 2000-year-old Roman Ruins in Jerash.
As part of his five-day tour of the Middle East, William, 36, stopped by the Roman Ruins where a four-year-old Kate once posed for a picture with her younger sister, Pippa Middleton, and father, Michael Middleton. The Middleton family previously moved to Jordan for two and a half years during the mid-1980s for Michael's job as a British Airways manager.
"My wife Catherine is very sorry she cannot be here with me so soon after the birth of our son Prince Louis, but her family remembers very fondly the almost three years she spent here as a child when her father worked for British Airways in Amman," William said at a royal event on Sunday, June 24, according to E! News.
Kate is still on maternity leave after giving birth to the couple's third royal baby, Prince Louis, back in late April. Kate, 36, and William are also parents to four-year-old son Prince George and three-year-old daughter Princess Charlotte.
William will fly back to England from Jordan just a few days before Prince Louis is set to return to the public eye for his royal christening on Monday, July 9. Kensington Palace recently revealed the date of Louis' baptism in an official statement. "Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are pleased to announce that the christening of Prince Louis will take place on Monday 9th July at The Chapel Royal, St. James’s Palace, London. Prince Louis will be christened by The Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Reverend Justin Welby," the message explained. We can't wait to see adorable Louis out in public again!
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