Prince Charles revealed his adorable bond with youngest grandson Prince Louis in a touching photograph aired on his BBC documentary.
The next in line to the UK throne is clearly delighted to be in the company of son Prince William and Kate Middleton’s latest arrival as he entertains him in the garden.
The rare glimpse of the heir’s softer side sees him holding Louis’ hand with an overjoyed expression on his face.
Meanwhile, the Duchess of Cambridge is cuddling her six month old son close in her arms so he gets a closer look at his grandfather.
Louis’ dad told how Charles was “the fittest man I know” but how he “needed him to be around more” to play with his brood.
Charles’ wife Camilla also explained how her grandchildren “adore” the Queen’s son.
Speaking directly to the camera, the duchess said: “He will get down on his knees and crawl about with them for hours, you know making funny noises.
“My grandchildren adore him, they absolutely adore him.
“He reads Harry Potter and he can do all the different voices and I think children really appreciate that.”
Prince, Son and Heir: Charles at 70 was a unique observational documentary with cameramen granted exclusive access to the Prince of Wales over 12 months, both at work and behind the scenes, at home and abroad.
The scenes, which also featured clips from his youngest son Prince Harry’s wedding to Meghan Markle aired on Thursday.
The royal will turn 70 on November 14.
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