Kate Middleton Wows In White Dress For Prince Louis’ Christening

Kate Middleton Wows In White Dress For Prince Louis’ Christening

Louis's grandfather the Prince of Wales attended with the Duchess of Cornwall, with Kate's parents Carole and Michael Middleton also among the guests.

The chapel holds tremendous significance for the royal family: Louis' elder brother Prince George was also christened there, and the chapel was where the late Princess Diana's body was laid before her funeral.

Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip surprised royal watchers this week by missing Prince Louis' christening, but insiders say that it wasn't because of health issues.

The monarch was due to return to London on Monday ahead of a busy schedule of events including a meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday at her Windsor Castle home.

Prince William and Kate Middleton kept up a family tradition for Prince Louis' christening party that might turn some stomachs. William and Kate were to host a private tea afterwards.

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She clutched the piece of paper, which actually looks to be about a third of her size, to her side as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, along with Princes George and Louis, exited the baby's christening on Monday.

At the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the royal mother of three was seen in a near-identical version of the Alexander McQueen coat-dress.

Kate's sister, Pippa, also wore floral stud earrings for the occasion, opting for a modern gold style unlike Kate's pearls.

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'I remember the Battle of Britain being fought in the skies above us and we shall never forget the courage and sacrifice of that time, ' she added, referring to the decisive encounter between the air forces of Britain and Nazi Germany over southern England in 1940.

The gown Louis worn was created in 2008 by fashion designer and dressmaker Angela Kelly.

So you can only imagine my glee at seeing all the pics from the christening of Prince Louis of Cambridge.

The Font, said to weigh 21 pounds has been used at the christenings of all royal family newborns since Queen Victoria and Prince Albert commissioned it before the birth of their first child in 1840. The christening cake is actually a tier of the 17-tier wedding cake.