There’s One Big Difference Between Prince Louis’ Birth Certificate And His Siblings’

He's a very modern royal

Prince Louis has been registered!

The newborn’s birth certificate was released yesterday (see it here), making him officially Louis Arthur Charles. His full title is His Royal Highness Prince Louis of Cambridge.

Most of the certificate is identical to those of his siblings Prince George and Princess Charlotte, such as the fact that they were all registered in the London district of Westminster.

Of course, the details of their parents are the same, and each document was signed by their father Prince William.

Kate Middleton and Prince William

But there is one big difference between Louis’ certificate and his brother and sister’s – while George and Charlotte’s are written by hand, Louis’ is typed up.

Very much a modern royal, no?

William and his wife Kate Middleton welcomed little Louis at St Mary’s Hospital, London last Monday, and revealed his name four days later.

It’s proving to be a pretty exciting few weeks for the Royal Family. Charlotte turns three today, and Prince Harry is set to marry fiancée Meghan Markle on 19 May.

There have been questions over whether Louis will be at the nuptials at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle, considering he’ll be under a month old.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will marry this month

The general consensus is that he will probably be in attendance, although it’s unlikely that we’ll actually see him.

‘William and Kate will both be busy on the wedding day, as he carries out his best man duties and she oversees George and Charlotte’s involvement in the ceremony,’ reported HELLO‘s royal correspondent Emily Nash.

‘I would expect nanny Maria Borrallo or Carole Middleton to be on hand to look after Prince Louis while they are in St George’s Chapel. But as he will be less than a month old, I’m sure Kate will want him nearby, even if we don’t see him at the service.’

One month old page boy, anyone?