The couple reportedly does not live far from the Duke and Dutchess of Cambridge, and have even been seen attending events with them recently. It is a replica of the gown worn by Queen Victoria's daughter for her christening in 1841.
Anwar Hussein via Getty Images The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge leave St. Mary's Hospital with newborn Prince Louis on April 23, 2018. The christening cake served at the tea is a tier taken from William and Kate's eight-tier wedding cake.
Photos show Prince Charles, 69, red-faced and flustered as Camilla helps him with the poppers of his gloves.
Princess Diana with her sons William and Harry in 1995 in London.
The christening was not the first time the princess has unleashed her sass.
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Royal christenings are steeped in tradition, with customs passed down through the generations.
Also on the guest list were the six godparents, announced by Kensington Palace on Monday morning.
They include Guy Pelly, once dubbed the "court jester" to William and Harry for his wild ways that were often cited as a bad influence on the brothers in their youth, running their favourite drinking haunts.
Still intact after eating the seven-year-old cake, Kate was out today attending a service at Westminster Abbey to commemorate 100 years of the RAF.
And who can blame her?
Harry Aubrey-Fletcher: He went to Ludgrove School and Eton with William and his father is the Lord Lieutenant of Buckinghamshire.