It was a Royal Affair but not as we know it. Prince George Alexander Louis was christened in front of an intimate guest list of 22 and was much more well behaved than those that had gone before him. The third in line to the throne wore an exact replica of the gown worn 172 years ago by Queen Victoria's first born, and my, what beautiful lace!
Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles, Princess Diana, Prince Philip and the Queen Mother at Prince William's Christening, which was privately held in the music room of Buckingham Palace.
Queen Elizabeth || and Prince Charles with Baby Charles on his Christening day, also wearing the traditional Honiton Lace and white Satin gown.
The future King Edward V||| after his christening in 1894 with his Great Grandmother, Queen Victoria, his mother Mary of Teck, and his Grandmother and daughter of Victoria, Alexandra who first wore this gown 53 years earlier.
Here are our favourite looks from the Royal Christening:
Carole Middleton went for an hourglass illusion in Blue wool and lace panels.
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The official photos were released last night and they are rather lovely shots!
The Queen with three future kings.
We leave you with the Mother of all customer creations. The very talented Fiona Clare has sent us this exciting picture of the Duchess of Cornwall's coat:
The Express Paper said that Camilla "was one of Britain's most stylish grandmothers at the christening of baby Prince George yesterday, in a well-cut knee-length coat and arresting hat."