It was a big moment for the royal couple as their 3-month-old was baptized by the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby. The young royal wore a gown created by Queen Elizabeth's dressmaker Angela Kelly. It was a recreation of the original royal christening gown that is now 172 years old and in delicate condition. The gown was made of lace and satin.
The Duchess glowed upon arrival in a smart and feminine design by Alexander McQueen. The ivory look featured a dramatic front ruffle and peplum. This was another big moment where she selected a design by McQueen. The first was of course the royal wedding. She accented with a 'Georgie' hat made of straw and accented with a silk flower by Jane Taylor according to HRHDuchessKate. Kiki McDonough earrings rounded out her look.
It was announced that Zara Tindall is one of seven godparents selected by the royals for Prince George. The baby was reported to have been on stellar behavior during the big event. A far cry from Prince William years before.
What a joyous event! Prince Charles and Camilla hosted a tea after the service. The christening was attended by about 50 people.