The service was conducted by the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Reverend Justin Welby, who also christened both Prince George and Princess Charlotte. Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip did not attend the christening, which marked the first time William and Kate were seen as a family of five publicly.
Prince Louis' whole family gathered for his christening photoshoot.
As to why the Queen and Prince Philip did not attend the christening, it was for a pretty simple reason.
However, as with many royal family photos, there are some hidden details you probably missed when first taking a look at the photographs. In gorgeous photos taken by Matt Holyoak at Clarence House, the Royal Family is looking especially sharp in neutral toned blues, taupes and creams.
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After the attack, the spokesman said, Mr Juncker "attended the dinner normally and then the pain disappeared". Sciatica is a common condition that affects the sciatic nerve, which runs from the hip to the foot.
Mr Holyoak told BBC News that "everyone was so relaxed and in such good spirits, it was an absolute pleasure".
One shows only members of the royal family, with Charlotte holding her baby brother's tiny hand.
He is not new to working with the royals, as he photographed the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh as part of a series of portraits released to mark their 70th wedding anniversary.
Royal photographer Matt Holyoak was picked to capture the precious moments between the family.
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England were on top for most of the second half but with captain Harry Kane looking exhausted , Belgium's greater sharpness in the final third proved decisive.
Kate's sister Pippa, 34, now Mrs Matthews and expecting her own child, also stands behind the Chippendale sofa in a custom-made Alessandra Rich outfit that complements her mother's.
Three photos were released on Twitter tonight, one being of only Kate and her son, while the other two were off the Duke and Duchess's family, and then the wider royal family.
The Duchess of Cambridge looked every inch the proud mum as she left Prince Louis' christening with her infant son cradled in her arms.
Prince George's 2013 christening photos were taken by Jason Bell, a celebrity photographer who has snapped stars including David Beckham and Kate Winslet.
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In all of their games they have gotten better as the game has worn on, finishing every single one of them as its dominant force. The conclusion of this World Cup has all the makings for a great battle, even if it appears to be a lopsided on paper.