14 Adorable Photos from Princess Charlotte's Christening

The entire royal family attended the tiny princess' big day.

July 06, 2015
By: Mara Betsch

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What a stunning family! We love the fact that Prince George's hair just can't be tamed.

We only imagine that Prince William and Prince George are sharing an inside joke.

Princess Charlotte seems to be very suspicious of the camera.

The royal portrait includes the Middletons as well as William's side of the family. Prince Harry was absent, but it was for a good cause. He's in Africa for a three-month visit to pursue conservation work.

The elegant royal family takes a stroll to St. Mary Magdalene Church, pushing a vintage Millson pram, which was previously used for Prince Andrew and Prince Edward.

Does Prince George's ensemble look familiar? Prince William wore a similar look when he first visited his younger brother Harry.

Now, the lady of the hour makes her big debut.

Prince George is on the move, taking in all the sights and sounds.

Kate, looking lovely in a white Alexander McQueen dress and Jane Taylor hat, shows Charlotte off to Queen Elizabeth.

Prince George can't resist taking a quick peek at his younger sister.

There she is! Doesn't she look lovely? Her christening gown has quite a story -- Queen Elizabeth's designers recreated an aging christening gown that had been used for royal baptisms since 1841. Making it involved a trip to Italy and about a month's worth of work!

The Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Reverend Justin Welby, was in charge of baptizing Princess Charlotte.

Kate soothes Princess Charlotte, who is probably exhausted from all the excitement.

What a sweet mother-daughter moment!

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