Royal fans have spotted a detail about Prince William’s son Prince Louis’ backpack which might leave him embarrassed after he recently criticised the billionaire space race.

The Duke of Cambridge hit out at the likes of Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos and Richard Branson racing to be the premier space tourism company, saying they should focused on "trying to repair the planet".

Star Trek legend William Shatner, who was onboard a recent flight with Bezos, said the future King was “missing the point”.

And now, speaking on the Royally Obsessed podcast, royal fans have suggested that William’s own son Louis might think the same.

Discussing a paparazzi holiday photo of the Cambridges, podcast host Roberta Fiori pointed out a detail on Louis' backpack that might leave William embarrassed, observing: “The fact that we got a sneak peak at Louis’ backpack, and it has space ships on it.

“William was just criticising the billionaire space race saying we should concentrate on climate change here on Earth.

“But I thought that was really funny.”

The criticism of Shatner’s voyage came amid a climate change awareness offensive from the Cambridges and the rest of the Royal Family.

William and Kate Middleton recently hosted the first Earthshot Prize Awards ceremony in north London, which awarded five winners £1 million each for projects that seek to combat climate change.

This week, family members including Prince Charles, Camilla, and the Cambridges have all attended the COP26 summit, where they are meeting with world leaders to discuss new methods and commitments to tackling climate change.

Although originally planning on attending, the Queen’s recent reported health scares forced her to cancel her appearance, and a royal expert has claimed that she made a “stark admission” about her health in a pre-recorded video message.

And with ex-royals Prince Harry and Meghan Markle not present, a royal expert has observed that there might be a new “fab four” emerging, consisting of Prince Charles, Camilla, William, and Kate.

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