Prince Louis loves to zoom around Windsor Castle in his toy electric car. The five-year-old royal, the youngest child of Prince William and Catherine, Princess of Wales, has a fondness for driving in the gardens of the royal estate. He has the privilege of roaming 100 acres of private land under supervision.
An insider revealed to The Sun newspaper: "He can use the paths that are running through Frogmore Gardens like a racetrack, and it is completely private. The Queen used to use the area for horseback riding and to walk her dogs. Now, (Prince) Andrew and Fergie take their corgis there.
"It's serene and secluded, away from the public, making it an ideal spot for Louis." Louis isn't the sole royal enjoying the Windsor estate in this manner. Earlier this year, it was disclosed that his father, Prince William, acquired an electric scooter for quick trips across the estate to visit King Charles.
A source disclosed, "It just makes sense. He speeds up to the castle when he needs to see the King. It's a two-or-three-mile round trip from his family home at Adelaide Cottage to Windsor Castle, so using a scooter is more convenient than driving or walking."
Meanwhile, King Charles is determined to provide his grandchildren, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, with as "normal" an upbringing as possible.
Royal expert Chandrika Kaul, in the Channel 5 documentary 'The Fab Five: The King’s Grandchildren,' expressed, "I think King Charles is very keen that his grandchildren don’t repeat the mistakes that he feels he made, especially in matters of the heart.
"What he wants to do is help these young grandchildren grow up in a normal manner, nurturing well-rounded individuals who are unafraid of their emotions and have the confidence to choose their life partners, leading happy, successful, and fulfilled personal lives."
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