With a small guest list and an adorable entrance, Princess Charlotte has been christened in a ceremony at The Church of St. Mary Magdalene in Sandringham.
Nine-week-old Princess Charlotte looked angelic in the same traditional gown that her brother wore when he was christened two years ago.
It was the first time the family had been photographed in public together since Charlotte’s birth on May 3.
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Kate looked stunning in white as she pushed the Princess in a silver vintage pram. As per usual, Prince George stole the show as he walked into the church hand-in-hand with his Dad Prince William in an outfit very similar to what his Dad wore back in 1984 when younger brother Harry was christened.
After much speculation, the godparents were revealed to be Kate’s close friend and tennis partner Sophie Carter, William’s best mates from Eton, James “Badger” Meade and Thomas van Straubenzee, Kate’s cousin Adam Middleton and William’s cousin on the Spencer side, Laura Fellowes.
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In another way to honour the memory of his mother, Prince William and Duchess Catherine have chosen Diana’s most beloved photographer, Mario Testino, to take the official christening portrait. Diana was also christened in the same church in 1961.