A royal expert told Express that Prince William and Kate will opt to have a private christening for their youngest son. Their sister, Charlotte, had her christening at St Mary Magdalene Church at the Queen's Sandringham estate in Norfolk.
Prince Louis will be christened next month. Understandably, the gown had some wear and tear, so babies since then have used a replica commissioned by Queen Elizabeth, pictured below on Princess Charlotte.
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Reverend Welby, who occupies the most senior bishop role in the Church of England, is no stranger to royal baby baptisms; he christened Prince George in October 2013 and Princess Charlotte in July 2015, per People.
The announcement comes days after speculation that his Christening would happen between of June and first weeks of July.
We're sure his wife Kate, kids, George, Charlotte and Louis, as well as the whole royal family will celebrate with him today, many people have been celebrating the day on Twitter by posting collages, throwbacks and amusing gifs.
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Members of the Royal Family will gather at the chapel to celebrate the christening of their youngest member, Louis. Certain parts of their eight-layer confection were reserved for the christenings of their children, an age-old royal tradition.
It is modelled after the wedding dress Queen Victoria wore for her marriage to Prince Albert in 1840, a year before the birth of their first child.
Newlyweds the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are likely to attend the family celebration.
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