Royal Family Proud: Prince George Baptized
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We’ve all watched the love story of Prince William and Kate Middleton. We’ve been there for the engagement, royal wedding and birth of their beautiful baby boy, Prince George. Now, we get to celebrate with the royal family and their friends as they christen the 3-month-old baby Prince.
It was a perfectly cheery day for such a special event for the royal family. The special occasion took place at the Chapel Royal in St. James’ Palace on Wednesday, Oct. 23. The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, will preside over the service.
George’s special day was made complete when he was baptized in the Lily Font using water from the River Jordan. Queen This special spot has been used at every royal christening since 1841. The Prince was very well-behaved and happy in his proud dad’s arms.
Following the 45-minute service, Prince George’s grandparents hosted a private tea in the Clarence House. The guests of the christening will receive a piece of history within the christening cake. The cake is taken from a tier of Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding cake.
This marks the second time the royal parents have given the public a glimpse of the handsome bundle of joy since they unveiled his first official portraits in August.
The royal parents have chosen Jason Bell as the official photographer for their son’s christening. The pictures will be revealed tomorrow on Thursday, Oct. 24.
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