LOUIS Tomlinson has vowed to take his royal namesake Prince Louis “under his wing”. The One Direction singer was clearly delighted to discover that the latest addition to The Royal family had been given the same name as him and he took to Twitter to comment on it. He wrote: “Young Louis welcome to the world. I’ll take you under my wing lad.” The 26-year-old, who is a father himself to a little boy called Freddie, jokingly added: “The Adidas tracksuit is in the post!” He isn’t only celebrity who is excited to share the name with The Royal though, X Factor judge Louis Walsh is also pretty pleased. The Irish star spoke exclusively to The Sun Online about their choice of moniker and made a glowing prediction about his future career. Talking to us shortly after the news broke, Louis proudly said: “He looks like a pop star, he sounds like a pop star and, with a name like Louis, he’s definitely going to be a royal pop star!” William and Kate confirmed their newborn son was called Louis Arthur Charles in a statement today. As well as a nod to the Irish music mogul and 1D star, Kate… Read full this story
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