Prince Charles of Luxembourg Brings a Dose of Royal Cuteness to His Parents' National Day Outing

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Maison du Grand-Duc / Sophie Margue/instagram Prince Guillaume, Princess Stephanie and Prince Charles

Prince Charles of Luxembourg is already a master of royal engagements!

The little royal, who celebrated his first birthday last month, joined parents Prince Guillaume and Princess Stephanie during their Wednesday outing in Esch-sur-Alzette on the eve of the country's National Day.

Prince Charles was full of curiosity during the event, watching closely as his father cut a ceremonial ribbon and looking upwards as his mother held an umbrella to shield them from the rain. But what really brought a grin to his face was a cute stuffed animal, which Charles clutched as he sat on some playground equipment.

The baby looked adorable in white overalls with a pale blue shirt and navy sneakers for the occasion.

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Maison du Grand-Duc / Sophie Margue/instagram Prince Charles of Luxembourg

Maison du Grand-Duc / Sophie Margue/instagram Princess Stephanie and Prince Charles of Luxembourg

Prince Guillaume and Princess Stephanie also made sure to pose for a family portrait with their son.

Maison du Grand-Duc / Sophie Margue/instagram Princess Stephanie Prince Guillaume and Prince Charles of Luxembourg

Maison du Grand-Duc / Sophie Margue/instagram

Prince Charles was ready for royal life from the start. As his parents left the hospital three days after his birth in May 2020, he was seen moving his arms around for his big debut - perhaps already practicing his royal wave!

And this wasn't the first engagement for the little royal, who is second-in-line to the crown of Luxembourg. Last month, he joined his parents plant a cherry tree with a miniature spade.

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To celebrate Prince Charles' first birthday, the royal baby appeared in a set of commemorative postage stamps released by the Luxembourg Post. The images retrace the first twelve months of the prince's life, following his birth at Luxembourg's Grand Duchess Charlotte Maternity Hospital.