Princess Charlotte’s Christening Details Revealed Plus See Her Adorable Photos with brother Prince George!
Details about Prince William and Kate Middleton’s little daughter, Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana’s christening have now resurfaced. The latest member of the royal family is set to be christened next month, July 2015. Read below for the full details:
Princess Charlotte will be christened at the same church where her late grandmother Princess Diana was baptized – at St. Mary Magdalene’s Church on Queen Elizabeth II’s Sandringham estate on July 5, 2015. Kensington Palace released this information to People Magazine.
Parents Prince William and Princess Kate has a 10-bedroom home, Anmer Hall in the Sandringham estate and Park House is also located there where Diana was born. Princess Eugenie was also christened there.
What will she wear?
Princess Charlotte, just like her older brother Prince George, will be dressed in a family heirloom, a traditional christening gown designed by Angela Kelly, the Queen’s assistant along with Buckingham Palace’s team of dressmakers in 2008. Her christening gown will be inspired by Queen Victoria’s gown in the 19th century.
Her christening will be held just before her great grandmother, Queen Elizabeth leaves for her summer holiday at Scotland.
Other details about the baptism ceremony are being kept private. And it’s possible that they are not going to release anymore information after the event has commenced.
The Duchess of Cambridge also took some adorable photos of Prince George and Princess Charlotte this weekend that broke the Internet because of their cuteness! The photos show Prince George holding Princess Charlotte and the Palace released the photos via Twitter and Instagram.
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