Prince Louis’ christening service took place in the Chapel Royal at St James’s Palace. It was a private ceremony and was attended by close friends and family.
Kate and William were asked the names of a total of six people – three godfathers and three godmothers – to be godparents to Kate and William’s son.
Before christening, Kensington Palace announced the names of the six members selected to be godparents to Kate and William’s son:
The Lady Laura Meade, Harry Aubrey-Fletcher, Nicholas Van Cutsem, Guy Pelly, Kate’s pal Hannah Carter – an old classmate from Marlborough College, and the Duchess’ cousin Lucy Middleton.
Kate’s pal Hannah Carter, her cousin Lucy Middleton and William’s friend Harry Aubrey-Fletcher attended the christening. Guy Pelly also came with his wife, Lizzy.
Lady Laura Meade, the wife of royal wedding speech-maker, James Meade arrived with Kate’s brother James Middleton.
Nicholas van Cutsem was not spotted arriving for the christening.
Prince Louis’ christening service that took place in the Chapel Royal at St James’s Palace attended by the Duke and the Duchess of Sussex as well.
Prince Louis was baptized by the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Reverend Justin Welby, in the Chapel Royal at St James’s Palace.
He wore the same historic Honiton lace christening robe which his older siblings Prince George and Princess Charlotte wore.
The Queen and Prince Philip did not attend the christening because of Queen’s busy schedule.
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