The official portraits from Prince George’s christening are here — and they’re beautiful.
One day after celebrating the Royal Baby’s baptism, four official portraits from the special day have been released. The photos, taken by James Bell, were shot at Kensington Palace right after the Oct. 23 ceremony at Chapel Royal of St. James’s Palace.
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One photo shows the royals and Kate Middleton’s immediate family surrounding her as she holds baby George. Prince William is to her left and George’s great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth II sits on Kate’s right.
Prince Philip, Prince Charles, his wife, Camilla, and Prince Harry stand behind the family alongside Kate’s siblings, Pippa and James, and her parents, Carole and Michael.
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(As reported, George’s christening gown is a replica of the royal christening robe worn by Queen Victoria’s eldest daughter, Victoria, in 1841. It’s made of Honiton lace lined with white satin.)
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The fourth and final photo shows four generations of royals — Queen Elizabeth, Charles, William and George, who’s third in line to the throne.
Kate and William, both 31, welcomed the Royal Baby on July 22.
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