At just nine month's old it seems that Prince Louis is already growing up fast as his doting mother Kate revealed today.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge today paid a visit to Dundee where they toured the city's new V&A museum.
According to royal photographer Mark Stewart, Kate, 37, told crowds that she would 'love' to bring her children to the museum.
She also revealed that her youngest, nine-month-old Louis is 'already a fast crawler.'
Louis was, of course, last seen on the Cambridge family Christmas card alongside his parents and siblings Prince George and Princess Charlotte in the grounds of their Norfolk home of Anmer Hall.
It was the baby's fifth appearance since his birth with the public likely to see him next on his first birthday.
Kate marked both Charlotte and George's birthday's by sharing a photograph of them that she had taken and is expected to do the same when Louis turns one on April 23.
Today saw Kate and William officially open Scotland's first design museum, the V&A, which is just half an hour's drive from St. Andrew's University where they first locked eyes.
The new museum, which is at the heart of a £1 billion waterfront regeneration plan, is already bringing significant economic and social benefits to the local area, helping to reshape the city's future as a hub for the creative industries.
The duchess, a keen amateur photographer, made a short speech during her visit, celebrating the addition of the new cultural centre for Scotland and the UK in her role as patron of V&A.
She said: 'Last February, I was delighted to become Patron of The V&Ain London. Now, nearly a year later, I’m thrilled to be standing in a brand new V&A; one which has been built for the city of Dundee and for Scotland, and which is already picking up international awards.
'In its first four months alone, it welcomed over 360,000 visitors – a truly remarkable feat.'
Kensington Palace said the visit would build on Kate's keen interest in the visual arts, and highlighting the value that public institutions like V&A Dundee can offer local communities, particularly in terms of increased accessibility to world-class art and design.