British royal family releases official photos of Prince Louis' christening

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Prince Louis christening: Kate Middleton and Prince William share official photos

Following the christening of Prince Louis, Kensington Palace has released new British royal family photos!

The official photographs were taken by Matt Holyoak after the christening.

'Everyone was so relaxed and in such good spirits, it was an absolute pleasure.

He said he hoped he had captured the "joy" of the christening in his photos.

The official photographer, Matt Holyoak, previously shot images for the royal family, including taking photos for The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh's 70th wedding anniversary.


In the final photo in the set, Kate and Louis take centerstage in a dreamy mother-son portrait that will make you want to call your own mom immediately.

The prince was christened at the Chapel Royal at St. James Palace in front of many members of the royal family on Monday, July 9. As evidenced by Pippa's slight bump in the picture, she and James are now expecting their first child together.

The royal fam hired hotshot photog Matt Holyoak for the occasion as he's renowned for being one of the world's leading portrait photographers.

All eyes were on the sleeping chubby-cheeked baby, who was carried into the baptism by his doting mother who looked stunning in a cream dress by her favourite designer, Alexander McQueen, and a dramatic fascinator by Jane Taylor.

The Queen and her husband Prince Philip were not in attendance at Louis' christening. Front row: Prince George, Prince William, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Louis, Princess Charlotte.


The service for Prince Louis was attended by guests including Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, and newlyweds Prince Harry and Meghan.

The ex-actress can be seen standing in between Harry and Camilla while beaming widely.

Now, official photos have been released!

The fifth-in-line to the throne looked peaceful in Kate's arms in all four portraits, while the typically shy and reserved Prince George had a big smile on his face.


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