British Royal Family

Queen Elizabeth flies in a helicopter to meet Prince Louis for the first time

Guards... Bring out the chopper!

By Chloe Lal
Move over Arnie, Her Majesty needs to get in the chopper.
Queen Elizabeth has been spotted flying out from Windsor to Kensington Palace to meet her sixth great-grandchild, Prince Louis, for the first time.
And she travelled by helicopter, no less.
Her Majesty pulled out all the stops to see her great-grandson.
Hello His Royal Highness Prince Louis Arthur Charles of Cambridge.
Onlookers noticed that the British Monarch looked very happy, with the Daily Mail revealing she brought Duchess Kate and Prince William's youngest child a bunch of posies - the perfect spring floral arrangement for the young family.
The 92-year-old landed in Perks Field following her 40-minute flight.
She was seen wearing her signature look including a headscarf, tweed skirt and a pink cashmere jumper.
On Monday, April 23rd, Prince William and Duchess Kate introduced the world to their newborn son just seven hours after his birth.
Big siblings George and Charlotte love visits from their Gan-Gan! We bet she'll come with goodies, especially so close to young Charlotte's birthday.
No doubt Prince George and Princess Charlotte were excited to see their Gan-Gan - especially given the fact she always has a treat for them.
Duchess Kate revealed two years ago, "She always leaves a little gift or something in their room when we go and stay and that just shows her love for her family."
It's been a busy time for Kate and Wills - who've officially registered the birth certificate of their third child.
We don't think it will ever get old reading what the Duke and Duchess put as their occupation.
William and Kate have listed "Prince of the United Kingdom" and "Princess of the United Kingdom" as their official roles.
It's the very same roles were listed on Prince George and Princess Charlotte's birth certificates.
The newborn is listed under his full royal title -- His Royal Highness Prince Louis Arthur Charles of Cambridge.