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Who Wore What (and Who?)

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1 Who Wore What (and Who?) on Sun Jul 05, 2015 4:03 pm


Princess Charlotte wore a replica of the royal christening robe which, until 2004, was used to baptize every royal baby since Queen Victoria's time. It's the same replica that Prince George wore for his baptism in 2013. 

The 1950's Millsons pram in which Princess Charlotte arrived was used by the Queen for her two youngest children, Princes Andrew and Edward.

Mom Kate Middleton
looked gorgeous in a cream-colored Alexander McQueen dress and a matching cream-colored coat at the christening of her daughter, Princess Charlotte.  She
also donned a stylish white Jane Taylor hat.

Her adorable son sported cherry red shorts and a white shirt while walking with his parents and sister. A duplicate of an ensemble his father wore at the age of 2.

The curious tot kept looking around at the crowd, but his mother stroked his head and smiled at him, and his father bent down to check that he was okay. 

The Queen wore a pastel pink dress and hat to the festivities.

Charlotte's stepgrandmother Camilla almost suffered a Marilyn Monroe moment as she entered the church and the wind blew her skirt up. Thankfully, she was able to hold it down as she waved to the crowd.

Pippa Middleton, 31, looked gorgeous in a cream-colored Emilia Wickstead coatdress, Jane Taylor Millinery hat, and sky-high heels as she joined the rest of the royal family in celebrating Princess Charlotte’s christening. 

Let's not forget George's nanny, Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo, who wore a Mary Poppins-inspired outfit to the ceremony, which was actually her traditional Nordland nanny uniform from the renowned Norland College where she trained. 

Where am I going? And why am I in this hand basket!!!?

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