Prince Louis’ Godparents Aren’t Who You’d Expect

Prince Louis’ Godparents Aren’t Who You’d Expect

The christening was the first time that the Cambridges have been seen as a family of five, as both Prince George and Princess Charlotte attended their little brother's big day.

Louis' godmothers are Lady Laura Meade, Hannah Carter, and Lucy Middleton.

The three-year-old was walking hand-in-hand with her dad, Prince William, after her younger brother's christening service when she told waiting photographers: "You're not coming", according to The Sun.

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, and Prince Harry joined Queen Elizabeth and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge today to celebrate the centenary of the Royal Air Force.

It's expected that the former actress will receive an honour in time, as her husband Prince Harry served in the British Armed Forced for 10 years.

It is the latter that she had remade in a yellow colour for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding.

The now seven-year-old cake is a tier taken from The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's wedding cake when the pair Wednesday in 2011.

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They are Laura Fellowes - the daughter of one of Diana, Princess of Wales's sisters, and friends Sophie Carter and James Meade, Kate's cousin Adam Middleton and William's close friend Thomas van Straubenzee.

Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, conducted the service, and he said that he was "delighted and privileged" to christen the newest prince.

On Monday, the Duchess of Cambridge was glowing with joy as she cradled Prince Louis in her arms at the exclusive christening ceremony.

Kate Middleton at Princess Charlotte's christening.

More closely, Kate is a former RAF wife herself, with William having earned his wings - along with Prince Charles, Prince Philip and King George VI - in 2008.

Of course, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, aka Harry and Meghan, also showed up holding hands and looking very happy, and quite frankly I'm like that annoying friend who continuously asks a newlywed couple "when is it your turn to pop one out?".

The Middletons were also all in attendance, along with Prince Louis' new godparents, carefully chosen by the Duchess and Duke of Cambridge.

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