Kate Middleton brings Royal glimpses from the past to present day

The Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, took her 2-month-old daughter Princess Charlotte to the 16th century chapel St. Mary Magdalene Church for christening in a vintage Millson pram.

The historic pram is the same as the one used by Queen Elizabeth in the 60s for her younger children, Prince Andrew, Duke of York, and Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex.

Another blast from the past was the outifit worn by Prince George at his sister’s baptism. The little royal definitely stole the show, dressed in a short-sleeved white shirt with red hoardings and a pair of red shorts, a traditional Rachel Riley two-piece which was a replica of the one worn by his father Prince William at about the same age, when he met his brother Prince Harry for the first time, in 1984.

Back in June, Prince George, who is nearly 2 years old, became the center of attention at Queen Elizabeth II’s Trooping the Colour birthday parade where he made his first appearance at the Buckingham Palace balcony, again wearing another outfit similar to the one worn by his father the Duke of Cambridge in 1984 when he showed up at the same balcony.

The Duchess of Cambridge “choreographed” her daughter’s baptism as she has a “photographer’s eye,” Ingrid Seward, author of A Cenutury of Royal Children, told People.

“Because Kate has a photographer’s eye, she likes to paint a picture and likes to recreate,” Seward added.

Kate, who studied art history in Scotland at the University of St Andrews, is passionate about photography. Her love for this art was also evident when she took the first official photos of her daughter Princess Charlotte.