Yesterday, months-old Princess Charlotte of Cambridge gave the public something to talk about when she was Christened at St. Mary Magdalene, Sandringham.
The princess wears her first floor-length gown.
Just like Prince George before her, she wore a custom handmade gown. Made by the Queen’s dressmaker, Angela Kelly, the white frock was a combination of Honiton lace (Royals have been using this since the 19th century) lined with white satin. Elements of the mini dress date back to Royal Christenings as far as 1841.
The Duke of Cambridge pushed her baby's stroller all the way to the church in her white pumps.
Her mom, however, looked pristine, fresh, and every bit the future Queen in two of her favorite designers: Alexander McQueen and Jane Taylor. She wore an all-white ensemble consisting of a coat by Sarah Burton and a cocktail hat by Jane Taylor.
Prince George tip-toes to see his baby sister.
Her chubby brother Prince George (we wanna pinch his cheeks so bad!) also tried to steal the show in smocks and shorts - twinning with his dad, Prince William's own outfit when Prince Harry was born in 1984. See the photo here.
This is the first time they have appeared as a family of four in public. We can't wait to see more!
Photos by Chris Jackson of Getty Images Entertainment and WPA Pool also from Getty