Prince Louis was spotted with his parents for the first time after his christening back in July.

Prince William and Kate Middleton are very particular when it comes to their children's privacy. The public rarely sees their youngest son, Prince Louis. However, according to Nicole Stinson, a journalist for Express, the youngest child of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge has been seen with his parents emerging from the helicopter near the Kensington Gardens.

"Once upon a sunny Autumn day, a prince landed his helicopter in the royal gardens and carried his son’s baby bag into the palace," Instagram user SpenClaire wrote.

The publication noted that Prince William, a qualified helicopter pilot, flew the aircraft with his wife Middleton and their son, Prince Louis, as his passengers. Middleton was seen holding their youngest child as the duke exited the helicopter.

They were spotted again boarding the helicopter. The royals are believed to be returning to Norfolk where Prince George and Princess Charlotte are spending their half-term break. Prince William was carrying a day bag while Middleton carried baby Louis. She wore a blue long-sleeved dress and covered her eyes with sunglasses.

Prior to the said sighting, Prince Louis was last spotted in public in July for his christening. In May, just weeks after his birth, Prince William, Middleton, Prince George and Princess Charlotte attended the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's royal wedding. However, the youngest member of the family was left at home.

In September, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended Sophie Carter and Robert Snuggs' nuptials at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Norfolk with their two older kids. At that time, Prince Louis was also missing.

Days before Prince Louis' christening, James Brookes already predicted that the event would be a private affair, but the royal parents would still share some photos to the public.

"Judging by the previous christenings, and the importance of the day for the family, Louis’ christening will be a private affair, perhaps no surprise there," Brookes explained. "We'll no doubt have the official christening photos, as we did with Prince George and Princess Charlotte. These photos, and the images of the family arriving, will be seen as a compromise by the Cambridges. They give the photographers something to work with and then they expect a bit of privacy for the rest of the day."