Family of five
The baptism was attended by the royal family, including the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, and the Duchess of Cambridge’s parents and siblings, as well as Prince Louis’s godparents. The christening robe worn by Prince Louis for his baptism is a “handmade replica of the Royal Christening Robe,” notes the official website of the royal family. To be clear, however, the word “replica” in no way implies the robe Louis wore was anything less than steeped in royal history. In fact, it was worn by both of Louis’s older siblings, Prince George and Prince Charlotte, as well as five other royal babies in the past 11 years.
A close-up of his royal handsomeness
The camera zooms in on the face of Prince Louis as his mum, Kate, carries him into the chapel for the christening. For the festivities following the christening, the third tier of the wedding cake of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge was served.
Kate speaks to Archbishop of Canterbury
The christening service was a traditional one, led by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, who is seen speaking with the Duchess of Cambridge before the service began.