Prince William, 33, opted for a navy blue custom suit and baby George wore red shorts paired with a white embroidered shirt and black sandals. Royal observers noticed something familiar about his appearance.
“Had it not come up in conversation on the telephone as to what each of them would be wearing?” he wrote in the Daily Mail.
Take a look at another video with Prince George stealing the show.
Meanwhile, it’s believed the blonde cutie calls Carole Middleton Grandma while William and Harry call the queen Granny. The tabloid couldn’t decipher, however, if the 33-year-old prince said “granny” or “nanny”.
An age gap of less than two years between Prince George and Princess Charlotte gives Kate enough time to have a third before she is 35, when women’s fertility starts to decline more rapidly.
It was so lovely to see the entire family of four together!
But it wasn’t just Charlotte who melted the hearts of royal fans and onlookers waiting outside St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham – the same venue where Prince William’s late mother Princess Diana was baptised back in 1961.
“Thank you to everyone who joined us in celebrating Princess Charlotte’s christening yesterday – such a happy day!” Straubenzee’s ex-girlfriend, Sophie Carter, was also named a Godparent as was Middleton’s cousin, Adam Middleton and Prince William’s cousin, The Hon. In a break from tradition, they didn’t choose members of the royal family as godparents.
“This is all in stark contrast to Prince George’s christening at a chapel in central London, where there was no public access”.
Pippa Middleton has caused a stir by wearing a glamorous dress by New Zealand-born designer Emilia Wickstead to Princess Charlotte’s christening at the weekend.
Prince George wore an nearly identical outfit to his baby sister’s christening in England to the one his father wore when he visited his newborn brother in hospital.
The christening was then culminated by tea at Sandringham House.
Guests were treated to slices of christening cake taken from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s famous wedding cake. The little boy looked out at the hundreds of spectators with curiosity, waved at them and even peered into his sister’s pram at one point.