Duchess Meghan and Prince Louis share a special connection

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Charlotte, 3, was christened at Sandringham's St. Mary Magdalene church in Norfolk, the same place where her grandmother, Princess Diana, was baptized.

His next public appearance is likely to be his christening, for which no public date has been announced.

Catherine - who also has four-year-old son Prince George and three-year-old daughter Princess Charlotte with William - recently admitted she "cherishes" spending quality time with her family.

Princess Charlotte is "obsessed" with bags and the colour pink, Prince William revealed.

Kensington Palace has announced the royal baby will be christened on 9 July in the Chapel Royal at St James Palace in London - the same place the Duchess of Sussex was christened three months ago. Traditionally, royal baptisms have been a time for lovely family photos, which means brothers George and Louis will be pictured alongside each other for the first time ever.

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Rev. Justin Welby will perform the christening. It also doesn't hurt that soccer fanatic William won't have to miss a World Cup game, as that's one of the days the players get to enjoy a much-deserved rest!

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, will conduct the christening.at the Chapel Royal, St James's Palace, London.

Here's an understatement for you: It's been a pretty hectic year for the royal family.

Prine Louis, who is fifth-in-line to the throne, is the third and youngest child of William and Kate.

According to BBC News, guests at the christening will be served a slice of William and Kate's wedding cake, a fruit cake designed by Fiona Cairns. Certain parts of their eight-layer confection were reserved for the christenings of their children, an age-old royal tradition.

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