"Gorgeous new photographs... taken by @MattHolyoak in the Morning Room and Garden at Clarence House", tweeted Emily Nash, royal correspondent for the British magazine HELLO!.
It was just last week that we finally caught another glimpse of Prince Louis, this time during his christening at St. James's Palace on July 9.
The Queen and her husband Prince Philip were not in attendance at Louis' christening.
Royal photographer Matt Holyoak was picked to capture the precious moments between the family.
Prince Louis may have been the star of the show, but it was his mother's family that took centre stage for this happy portrait after his christening.
Prince William and Kate Middleton chose leading portrait photographer Matt Holyoak to snap the photos, and he definitely lived up to his reputation. The Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Reverend Justin Welby baptized Louis. It was worn by more than 60 royals before it was retired in 2008, when the Queen Elizabeth had the replica made to keep the original preserved, according to a royal press release.
In the second portrait of the Cambridges posing with just royal family relatives, Charlotte can't keep her eyes off little Louis.
One of the family portraits sees the proud parents with their children and Kate's parents, Michael and Carole Middleton.
Prince William and Kate Middleton have opted for friends, rather than immediate family members, as is custom for royal children.
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge is seen with Prince Louis during his christening.