He is not yet two years old, but Prince Charles of Luxembourg already knows how to work with the crowd.
A young member of the royal family who is 21 months old. stole the show when he accompanied his parents, Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume, 40, and Hereditary Grand Duchess Stephanie, 38, to an event organized by Scouting in Luxembourg.
The engagement commemorating Grand Duke Guillaume’s participation in the Scout Association of Luxembourg took place on Tuesday at Dräi Eechelen to mark World Scout Day.
Dressed in a cute red down jacket and scout cravat, Charles was seen greeting fans, enjoying a snack in his mother’s arms and strolling through the park in adorable snaps posted to the Grand Duke’s Court Instagram account.
Meanwhile, Guillaume and Stephanie have done most of the work by signing the park’s guestbook, chatting with royal fans and watching Scouts in Luxembourg plant a commemorative lime tree.
Prince Charles of Luxembourg, 21 months. stole the show when he accompanied his parents, Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume, 40, and Hereditary Grand Duchess Stephanie, 38, to an event organized in honor of him and his father by the Scout Agency in Luxembourg.
Guillaume’s grandfather, Grand Duke Jean, who passed away in April 2019, was particularly associated with Scouting, having spent 80 years as a Chef Scout.
He was very fond of lindens, so this variety was chosen for the event.
Although he is too young to understand the symbolism of the tree, Prince Charles seems to be having a great time during the event.
The tiny member of the royal family beamed when royal fans showed him photos on their phones and smiled at him.
The young royal watched as his father and mother signed the park’s guest book during the event.
The young member of the royal family was treated to a snack, which he enjoyed in the arms of his loving mother, dressed in an elegant navy blue coat.
He seemed less interested in signing the book, however, he behaved well and was rewarded with a snack, which he enjoyed in the arms of his loving mother.
Stephanie looked elegant in a navy blue coat, with a lovely wavy hairdo and natural makeup.
Meanwhile, Grand Duke Guillaume put on a blue shirt and his own neckerchief.
While Charles seemed to be enjoying a day off, his father, who is also a member of the Scouting movement in Luxembourg, addressed the audience.
Charles was wearing a charming red down jacket, blue trousers and his own neckerchief.
The little one beamed when a royal fan showed him a photo on his phone during his engagement.
He said: “This is a strong and hopeful sign, because the tree is a symbol of life that needs to be protected and strengthened.”
A plaque was also unveiled with the inscription: “In honor of His Royal Highness Prince Charles of Luxembourg, born on May 10, 2020.”
Despite the rain in Luxembourg, the event was attended by many Luxembourgers, including the mayor of Luxembourg, Midi Polfer, as well as a representative of two Luxembourg associations – the National Federation of Scouts in Luxembourg and Lëtzebuerger Guiden a Scouten.
The Hereditary Grand Duke has endured a rough start to the year after testing positive for the coronavirus.
While the father of one was asymptomatic, he still isolated his wife from his son at the time.
Prince Charles behaved very well and listened attentively during the ceremony at which a tree was unveiled in his honor.
Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume, who wore his cravat, said that the tree is a great symbol to be protected and strengthened.
Born in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, Charles has become a regular visitor to the Grand Ducal Court’s Instagram account.
At the time of his birth, the young prince was unable to meet his grandparents Henri, Grand Duke of Luxembourg, and Grand Duchess Maria Teresa due to a social distancing measure put in place to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
Discussing the birth of his son in May, Prince Guillaume said it was “probably the most incredible day of our lives.”
He explained, “Being able to welcome a child that comes into their lives is the most magical thing about parenting a couple can have.”
Photos were then released as the newborn met his grandparents, Grand Duke Henri and Grand Duchess Maria Teresa, via video link.
The Luxembourg royal family said in a statement that they are “delighted to announce the birth” of their son.
Charles, who is already a pro at chatting with the crowd, looked relaxed during the engagement.