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The cutest pictures of the youngest royals including Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis

There's a new royal baby on the way!

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Updated: April 19, 2019
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Ahead of the birth of Prince Harry and Meghan's new baby, we take a look at the British and European royal families, who often release photos of the tiniest members of their family to celebrate milestones such as birthdays and christenings. Last November, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis starred in official portraits to mark their grandfather Prince Charles' landmark 70th birthday. The young Cambridges looked adorable and their bond with Grandpa Wales was clear to see.

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Chris Jackson had the honour of photographing the royals and said: "It was lovely chaos with the children. He is a very hands-on grandfather. He was holding hands with George and Charlotte, and bouncing Louis up and down for a long time. George was very happy on the prince's knee. They have a great relationship that's a little more established, as George is a bit older."

Let's take a look at some of the cutest royals from twins Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella of Monaco to Princess Leonore and Princess Estelle of Sweden…

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Prince Louis

Just like his siblings, Prince Louis was born at the Lindo Wing in St Mary's Hospital. He arrived on the morning of 23 April 2018, and later on the day, Prince William brought Prince George and Princess Charlotte to the hospital to meet their new baby brother. Like George, little Louis was christened at The Chapel Royal in St. James's Palace in July 2018.

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Princess Charlotte

On 2 May 2015, the world was introduced to Princess Charlotte. Prince William and Kate delighted fans across the globe as they posed for pictures. The proud father later brought Prince George to the hospital. Two months later, Princess Charlotte was christened by the Archbishop of Canterbury at St. Mary Magdalene's Church in Sandringham.

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Prince George

Prince George was born at the Lindo Wing in St Mary's Hospital. He was born at 4.24 pm on 22 July 2013. As the first child of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the media attention was huge. He was then declared as the third in line to the succession of the British throne. Royal watchers had to wait a day before Prince William and Kate made their appearance on the hospital steps. George was then christened on 23 October 2013 in the Chapel Royal at St James' Palace, the service was officiated by the Archbishop of Canterbury. Zara Tindall is one of George's godmothers.

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Princess Gabriella of Monaco

Prince Jacques© Photo: Getty Images

Prince Jacques of Monaco.

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Prince Nicolas of Sweden.

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Princess Leonore of Sweden.

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Princess Estelle of Sweden.

Prince Vincent Princess Josephine

Princess Josephine and Prince Vincent of Denmark.

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Princess Isabella of Denmark.

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Prince Christian of Denmark.

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Prince Henrik of Denmark.

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Princess Athena of Denmark.

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Princess Catharina-Amalia of the Netherlands.

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Princess Alexia of the Netherlands.

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Princess Ariane of the Netherlands.

Princess Leonor

Princess Leonor of Spain.

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Princess Sofia of Spain.

Princess Ingrid Alexandra

Princess Ingrid Alexandra of Norway.

Princess Eleonore© Photo: Rex

Princess Eleonore and Prince Gabriel of Belgium.

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Savannah Phillips.

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Isla Phillips.

Mia Tindall© Photo: Getty Images

Mia Tindall.

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