William, Kate’s third child Prince Louis christened


Louis, the fifth in line to the British throne who was born on April 23, was christened by the Archbishop of Canterbury at The Chapel Royal of St James's Palace in central London on Monday.

Yesterday the royal family-minus the queen and Prince Philip, who had other commitments-turned up to celebrate the christening of Prince William and Kate Middleton's youngest son, Prince Louis.

Royals fans get their first glimpse of baby Prince Louis as the royal family arrive at St. James's Palace for the little prince's christening. While the Queen, Kate and Meghan opted for blue dresses in different hues, Camila wore a white dress.

The 11-week-old Prince wore the Honiton lace and white christening robe that was also worn by Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

Kate sported a similar look for the christenings of her first two children.

The only senior members of the royal family in attendance were The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall, and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

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Prince Charles, Prince William's father, his wife Camilla, attended along with Prince Harry and his wife Meghan. And perhaps most importantly, Van Custem's daughter Grace was a bridesmaid at William and Kate's 2011 wedding, where she was famously photographed holding her ears pouting atop the Buckingham Palace balcony.

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His elder brother George was also christened in the Chapel Royal, but sister Charlotte was baptised at the Church of St Mary Magdalene in Sandringham. The Duchess of Cambridge was carrying Prince Louis in her arms.

Photographer Matt Holyoak, who photographed the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh on their 70th wedding anniversary, will do the honours at Monday's ceremony.

Following the service, where Prince Louis was flanked by six godparents, the royals made their way to Clarence House where they enjoyed an intimate afternoon tea with guests.