Prince Charles and Camilla Duchess of Cornwall arrive for the christening service.
While attending her little brother Prince Louis' christening on Monday, Princess Charlotte was caught on camera delivering a stern message to photographers.More news: Donald Trump again says he’s a ‘very stable genius’ at North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit
Prince Louis, the third child of Duke and Duchess of Cambridge - Prince William and Kate Middleton, has been christen ed at a private ceremony. And like when Prince George and Princess Charlotte, were christened, the couple celebrated by serving slices of fruitcake saved from their wedding to friends and family who attended the event.
Catherine's father Michael Middleton, as well as her pregnant sister Pippa and her husband James Matthews, were also amongst those invited to the service.
Prince William is seen shepherding in Prince George and Princess Charlotte, who hold his hands, while their mother stops to talk to the Archbishop of Canterbury.More news: Frozen vegetables recalled from Aussie supermarkets over contamination fears
The Duke of Sussex reportedly purchased a first edition copy of "Winnie-the-Pooh" by AA Milne for his youngest nephew. For her daughter Charlotte's christening on July 5, 2015, Kate wore a lovely white coat by Alexander McQueen and a white fascinator by Jane Taylor - a similar look by the same designers.
Also attending were Kate's parents, her brother and sister and Louis' six godparents, who are close friends or relatives of William and Kate. The "Quantico" actress wore a pastel shade of purple with a matching hat by Philip Treacy, while Spencer opted for a navy blue, collared dress with polka dots and a matching hat. Louis will wear the replica of the royal christening robe, first used in 2008.
Buckingham Palace say the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh will miss the christening in a decision which was mutually agreed by the Queen and the Cambridges some time ago. She also wore her hair in a low chignon, topped with a white, flowered headpiece.More news: Mercedes ignites war of words with Ferrari over British GP incident