Kensington Palace has released Prince Louis's christening photos and OMG, how stunning

Deanna Kelley
July 16, 2018

"The photographs were taken by Matt Holyoak at Clarence House, following Prince Louis's christening".

Louis, who was born on April 23 of this year, was christened July 9th at Chapel Royal in St. James' Palace in London.

One of the snaps shows them surrounded by Prince Charles, Camilla, Kate's family and Prince Harry and Meghan.

The British Royal family gathered for Prince Louis' christening.

Prince Louis of Cambridge may be the smallest person in the official photographs of his christening but he was the most ostentatiously dressed.

However, as with many royal family photos, there are some hidden details you probably missed when first taking a look at the photographs. And let's not forget the history-making moment of when the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge walked into the church with their entire brood, all together for the first time.

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The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby lead the service with support from the Dean of The Chapel Royal, The Right Reverend and Right Honourable the Lord Chartres, and The Sub-Dean of the Chapel Royal, The Reverend Canon Paul Wright.

Mr Holyoak said: 'Everyone was so relaxed and in such good spirits, it was an absolute pleasure.

Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip are notably absent from the group photos as they were unable to attend their new great-grandson's christening.

'I only hope I have captured some of that joy in my photographs'.

The following day the Queen, alongside other members of the royal family, attended the RAF centenary in London.

The day after the christening, fans were delighted to get another glimpse of Louis, Charlotte and George, who watched the RAF fly-past from the window of Buckingham Palace.

Prince William and Duchess Catherine introduced the world to their third child on the steps of St Mary's hospital shortly after his arrival.

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