Kate Middleton and Prince William have made it through another royal christening!
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's second child, Princess Charlotte, was baptized today, July 5, at the Church of St. Mary Magdalene by the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Reverend Justin Welby.
Charlotte arrived in a baby carriage pushed by her mother. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
Located at Queen Elizabeth's Sandringham estate in Norfolk, England, the church is also where William's late mother, Princess Diana, and his cousin, Princess Eugenie, were christened.
The two-month-old wore a replica of the royal family's traditional christening gown, first commissioned by Queen Victoria in the 19th century. It was previously worn by older brother Prince George, 23 months, at his October 2013 baptism.
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Charlotte, her parents and George briefly appeared outside St. Mary Magdalene before the service to the delight of the crowd. Kate looked lovely in a cream-colored Alexander McQueen coat and matching fascinator, while her eldest child wore bright red shorts and a white collared shirt with red detailing for the occasion (plus his trusty black buckled shoes!).
George checks on his baby sister outside of the church. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
One family member who was notably absent from the festivities was Prince Harry, who is currently in Africa working on wildfire conservation.
The family-of-four entering the church ahead of the christening. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
Earlier in the day, the princess' five godparents were revealed, though neither Harry nor Kate's sister Pippa were on the list. The quintet includes the couple's friends, James Meade, Thomas van Straubenzee and Sophie Carter, William's cousin, Laura Fellowes, and Kate's cousin, Adam Middleton.
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