The Royal Family was greeted upon arrival at the church for their daughter’s baptism by the crowd gathered in front of the 16th century chapel.
The Duchess, née Kate Middleton, was dressed up in an Alexander Mcqueen white dress, accessorized with a Jane Taylor hat, while Prince William wore a navy suit.
Prince George, who turns 2 this month, had an outfit similar to the one worn by his father back in 1984, when he met his brother, Prince Harry.
Princess Charlotte, 2 months old, was pushed by her mother in a stroller, which was originally used by the Queen for her children.
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Princess Charlotte was taken to church today in this Millson pram, previously used for Prince Edward & Prince Andrew. pic.twitter.com/Netmsm2Jga
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The little princess wore the traditional Royal christening robe made from fine Honiton lace lined with white satin.
Take a look at the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their children arriving at the church for the christening and watch a video of the Royal Family leaving the church.
The godparents and the guests were announced today and after the baptism they were invited for tea at the Queen’s Sandringham house.
Charlotte’s uncle, Prince Harry, could not be present at his niece’s christening due to his conservation projects in southern Africa.