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The insights from the Christening of Prince Louis

Written by Jhanvi Rathore

Proud mom Kate Middleton dressed in Alexander McQueen for the christening of Prince Louis, her third and youngest child with Prince William. The Duchess of Cambridge made a stunning appearance with her family at the Chapel Royal at St. James’ Palace in London, wearing a white dress by her go-to British designer with a Jane Taylor hat. She reportedly paired the look with Jimmy Choo heels.

As the royal family gathers to celebrate the christening of Prince Louis in London today, Meghan Markle wore an olive green Ralph Lauren dress and matching hat by Stephen Jones for the occasion. This marks the second time the new royal, who typically sticks to neutral-hued ensembles, has worn color in the past week.

The couple entered the church behind Prince William, Kate Middleton, and their three children: Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.

Several members of the royal family attended Prince Louis’ christening at the Chapel Royal of St. James’ Palace in London on July 9. But it was Prince Louis’ siblings, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, who really stole the show.

Firstly, both Charlotte and George arrived holding their dad, Prince William’s, hand while their mother, Kate Middleton, carried baby Prince Louis.

And when it came to speaking to the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, who was performing the christening, Princess Charlotte looked up at him with the cutest, quizzical expression:

The event sent Prince William straight into dad mode, as he guided both Prince George and Princess Charlotte, and gently let them know who they should greet and talk to.

About the author

Jhanvi Rathore

I am Jhanvi Rathore. I am a third year English Literature student with a fondness of writing. I’ve worked as an intern at Economic Times for six months. I am also a national level skater and a district level football player.

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