Prince Louis is four. And adorable.

prins louis, the fifth person in the line of succession to the British throne, turned four on Saturday. His mother, Kate Middletongot ready for the big day by sharing some new-to-us photos on social media late Friday.

The photos taken earlier this month, according to People, was captured near the family’s country home in Norfolk. (It would be Anmer Hall, a two-and-a-half-hour drive from London, where the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge keep bees and do not allow planes overhead.)

The first two pictures are accompanied by the caption “4 years old tomorrow!” and a camera emoji (meaning “taken off”) that credits “The Duchess”. In one shot, the little prince laughs as he runs. In the other, he holds a cricket ball.

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Thirteen hours later we got two more pictures. The first is a really beautiful picture of the young tatelah giving a toothy laugh, then a picture with that cricket ball again. The child loves cricket!

The caption read: “Thank you for all the lovely birthday messages to Prince Louis today!” and included a birthday cake emoji. It got over 300,000 likes in four hours.

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Last year at this point, the smiling young guy was photographed on a red bike.

Prince Louis has two older siblings, Prince Georgewho turns nine in July, and Princess Charlotte, who turns seven in less than two weeks. He also has two first cousins, Archie and Lilibetat two and ten months, respectively, living in California.

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