Kate Middleton has released a new photo of Prince Louis for his birthday

Princess Kate, who is currently undergoing treatment for cancer, kept the tradition alive despite her illness by releasing a new photo of her youngest son Louis on his 6th birthday on Tuesday.

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“Happy 6th Birthday Prince Louis! “Thank you for all your thoughtful wishes today,” captioned the photo, “The Prince of Wales”.

Kate makes a habit of taking photos of her children on their birthdays and posting them on the official accounts she shares with her husband, Prince William, heir to the British throne.

The photo came after a media storm last month when a photo of Kate and her three children was posted on social media on Mother's Day and was not released by major global news outlets, including AFP, as it was digitally released. handled.

At the time, the photo was supposed to quell speculation surrounding the absence of the princess, who has not been seen in public since undergoing stomach surgery in mid-January.

Since then, Kate announced in a video released in late March that she had cancer and was undergoing preventive chemotherapy.

On Tuesday, British press agency PA pointed out that the photo of Prince Louis was “not altered” and was taken “in recent days at Windsor”, where the royal family resides.

The photo shows Prince Louis lying on a blanket on the grass, wearing Bermuda shorts and a long-sleeved shirt.

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