Duke and Duchess of Cambridge announced christening of Prince Louis

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with Prince Louis
Prince Louis of Cambridge first official portrait
Duchess of Cambridge/Kensington Royal

Prince Louis of Cambridge will be christened at the Chapel Royal in St. James Palace on July 09th, 2018. The young prince will be christened by the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Reverend Justin Welby.

Prince Louis Christening annoucement
Kensington Palace

Prince Louis who is third child of Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be christened in an intimate ceremony at the same church where his older brother Prince George was christened  on October 23rd 2013. This will be the first time we might see the family of five together.

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with Prince Louis

The expected guest list for the christening ceremony includes Her Majesty, Prince of Wales Charles, and Duchess of Cornwall Camilla along with Middleton family. It is believed that the names of the Godparents will be announced on the same day.

Prince Louis will be christened at the chapel royal at st. james palace

The chapel royal holds a special place for the family. Kate was confirmed into the Church of England at the same church in 2011 before her wedding to Prince William. William’s cousin Princess Beatrice’s christening took place there in 1988 that William attended with his mother. The late Princess of Wales, Diana was laid at the chapel royal in 1997 before her funeral.

Duke and Duchess of Cambrige at Prince George Christening

The Kensington Palace confirmed that the service will be a private ceremony though one photographer will be present. So we can expect to see some nice photographs of the ceremony later in the day just like George’s christening.

Duke and Dcuhess of Cambridge with Prince George at Princess Charlotte Christening
The Royal Family

The christening ceremony of Princess Charlotte was almost a public one where we saw the member of the royal family walking down to the church with George.

The Chrestning robe worn by Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis
Royal Collection Trust

Prince Louis will wear hand-made replica of the royal christening robe, made by Angela Kelly, the head-dressmaker to the Queen. The original Honiton lace and satin robe that is now 172 years old, was last wore by Lady Louise Windsor in 2004. After years of wearing it had become too fragile to use, so in 2008 the Queen commissioned a replica. It features the same length skirt, elaborate collars and bow as its predecessor. The first baby to wear the replica robe was the son of Earl and Countess of Wessex James, the Viscount Severn.

The origianl royal christening gown worn by Prince William
royal.uk/Original Christening Gown

The original, made by Janet Sutherland, was made of Spitalfields silk and Honiton lace. It was worn by 62 royal babies including Princess Elizabeth at her christening held at Buckingham Palace on 26 May 1926 also by the Prince William here shown in picture . Prince George and Princess Charlotte are the most recent royal babies to be christened in the new gown.

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First official Portrait of Prince Louis of Cambridge

Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte official portrait

Today giving us all a very beautiful surprise Duke and Duchess of Cambridge released 2 official portraits of Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte. The picture was released as the thank you to all the best wishes couple received on the birth of Prince Louis and 3rd birthday of Princess Charlotte.

Pricess Charlotte and Prince Louis of Cambridge
Duchess of Cambridge/KensingtonRoyal

In the first pic, Charlotte is kissing her younger brother. The picture was taken by their mother Duchess of Cambridge on last Wednesday 02nd May when the little princess turned 3. Adorable Charlotte looks so grown up in this pic holding her 2 weeks old brother.


The second picture released by the Duke and Duchess is of their younger son Prince Louis. This picture was taken by The Duchess of Cambridge at Kensington Palace on 26th April.

Prince Louis of Cambridge first official portrait
Duchess of Cambridge/Kensington Royal


The picture of Charlotte and Louis also remind us of the official portrait released on the birth of Princess Charlotte.

Princess Charlotte and Prince George official portrait
Duchess of Cambridge/KensingtonRoyal

Last year during an interview, Prince William revealed that Catherine is a keen amateur photographer and takes photos of the children “every day”. The portrait of Charlotte and Louis seems like a random moment captured by the Duchess perfectly.

Queen Elizabeth with her Great Grandchildren
The Royal Family

Another interesting fact about the portrait is the sweater worn by Princess Charlotte. Do you remember it?  No, let me refresh your memory!!


It is the same sweater Prince George wore in the official portrait issued on the 90th birthday of their Great-Grandmother Queen Elizabeth II, in which Her Majesty shared the spotlight with her all great-grandchildren.

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His Royal Highness Prince Louis of Cambridge

Royal Baby name revealed - Prince Louis Arthur Charles of Cambridge
Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with new baby
royal family

After endless speculation of 3 days after the birth of 3rd Cambridge baby, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge finally announced the name of their second son.

Louis Arthur Charles

Prince Louis will be styled as His Royal Highness Prince Louis of Cambridge. Kensington Palace announced the name earlier today.

Prince Louis Arthur Charles of Cambridge

To our fellow readers, Louis is pronounced as Lew-ee with s silent.

James Whatling

Once again Duke and Duchess chose a historical royal name. Louis was the name of Lord Mountbatten, the mentor of Prince Charles, who was the maternal uncle of Prince William’s grandfather Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh.

Prince Charles and Lord MountbattenLouis is also the middle name of Prince William and Prince George.

Prince william and prince George at Princess charlotte's birth

William and Catherine also gave tribute to William’s father Charles by giving Louis his name.

Prince William and Kate gave their son Charles nameIt’s been reported that the Cambridge family will be living at Kensington Palace where family and relatives are visiting the new member of the Royal Family.





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