After nearly a week of waiting, Prince Louis's official christening photos are finally here. The gown is based off the one Queen Victoria had made for her daughter's christening in 1841.
Official photos from the recent Christening held for Prince William and Kate Middleton's youngest bb Prince Louis have just been released and they're absolutely ~*divine*~. The images show proud new parents of three Prince William and Duchess Catherine doting on their 11-week-old son.
A statement released by the royal family also revealed Louis' Godparents were Nicholas van Cutsem, Guy Pelly, Harry Aubrey-Fletcher, Laura Meade, Robert Carter and Lucy Middleton.
He said he hoped he had captured the "joy" of the christening in his photos.
A third photo of the Cambridge family by themselves features Kate smiling down at Louis in her arms, while George stands with one hand in his pocket and Charlotte leans into the trailing christening gown.
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The breathtakingly handsome photos were unveiled to mark the young Prince's christening, which was attended by senior members of the royal family.
The christening photos are the first without the Queen, who missed her great-grandson's baptism, which took place in a private ceremony.
Prince George's christening photos were taken by Jason Bell on October 23, 2013 in the Morning Room at Clarence House.
The British Royal family gathered for Prince Louis' christening. Noticeably absent from the special day was Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip.
Wearing a stunning cream Alexander McQueen ensemble for her youngest's big day, Kate was perfectly coordinated with the little prince.