The official photos from Prince George’s christening have been released on Thursday (Oct. 24), just a day after the royal christening ceremony on Wednesday, (Oct. 23).
The Kensington Palace has released four official photos, taken by photographer Jason Bell at the Clarence House’s Morning Room on Wednesday (Oct. 23), according to the statement released by the Palace.
In the first photograph, the entire royal family has been featured. Starting by Queen Elizabeth II, Prince William seated, and Kate Middleton holding Prince George on her lap, while Prince Phillip, Prince Harry, Prince Charles and his wife Camilla Parker, James Middleton, Pippa Middleton, and Kate’s parents, Carole and Michael Middleton are standing.
The second photo showed four generations of the royals: Queen Elizabeth II, Prince William holding Prince George, and Prince Charles. This is first photograph the Queen is seen with the next three kings of England, all pictured together.
In the third photograph, Prince George is seen with his parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. The little king looks vibrant and active, with his arms raised and mouth open.
The last photograph is very much same as the first one, except in this one the Middleton’s aren’t present. One thing noticeable is that the Queen is gazing adoringly at her great-grandson, while everyone else in looking at the camera.
Prince George, who is now 3-month-old, has been christened by Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury at the Chapel Royal at St. James’s Palace on Wednesday, Oct. 23. It was small private event with only 23 guests present. In addition to the entire royal family and Kate’s family, George’s seven godparents and their six spouses, and Jessie Webb, Prince William’s former nanny now George’s part-time nanny also attended the affair