Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana, who was born on May 2 in London, was christened on Sunday, July 5, at St. Mary Magdalene Church. Read for more details.
The ABC News reported that the only daughter of William and Kate, was christened at the church located at the Sandringham estate of Queen Elizabeth II, Princess Charlotte’s great-grandmother. Princess Charlotte’s paternal grandmother, the late Princess Diana, was also baptized in the same Church.
The 2-month-old daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived in a pram pushed by her mother. Well-wishers of the royal family, who had gathered outside the Church, welcomed the family as soon as they arrived with Princess Charlotte.
The proud mother Kate then carried the royal baby Charlotte while William held George’s hand as the Duke and Duchess entered the Church.
Charlotte wore the same christening gown that was worn by her big brother during his christening party. It is reported that the gown was the one used for every generation of the royal family infants. The gown was reported to be “first commissioned by Queen Victoria 174 years ago and has been remade in 2008 by Angela Kelly, the queen’s dresser.”
The queen was in a rose Angela Kelly dress & hat, the Duchess Kate was adorable in a white Alexander McQueen ensemble, and Prince George wore a white shirt with red shorts, during the event.
The Queen, Prince Charles & Camilla, Kate’s parents Carole & Michael Middleton and her siblings Pippa & James, joined together for Princess Charlotte’s christening party. Charlotte’s godparents and their spouses were also there for the event. However, Charlotte’s uncle, Prince Harry, was missing as he was in Africa.
The beautiful Princess was christened in front of royal family. The royal child was “baptized with water from the River Jordan poured from the priceless silver “Lily Font.”” The world-renowned photographer Mario Testino took the official photos of the christening event.
Photo Source: Facebook/ Princess Charlotte