Jul 052015
 

After a rainy morning at Sandringham the sun came out in time for the royals to walk to church for Princess Charlotte’s christening.

©Andrew Parsons / i-Images

©Andrew Parsons / i-Images

Crowds started gathering early near St. Mary Magdalene Church, despite the rain. From the Sunday Express:

…a crowd of 3,500 were allowed into watch the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge walk between Sandringham House and the church and back again with Charlotte and her big brother Prince George, making it the most public royal baptism in modern times.

©Andrew Parsons/i-Images/POLARIS

©Andrew Parsons/i-Images/POLARIS

The day was filled with historic references, including Charlotte’s pram, dating back to the 1950s. More from a Daily Mirror story:

Kate pushed the Millson pram – once used for the Duke of York and the Earl of Wessex – while William held George’s hand as the prince, who is nearly two, waved at the crowds.

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May 212015
 

We are back to share a few of the things overlooked in the mayhem of May 2nd when Princess Charlotte was born. The excitement of the day’s events, coupled with Kate’s rapid discharge from the hospital, left us with a few items we weren’t able to cover in that day’s post.

We begin with Prince George’s visit to the Lindo Wing. The young man’s arrival for a visit with his mother and new sister brought some heartwarming images; we saw many photos of William carrying George.

Splash News/i-Images

Splash News/i-Images

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Apr 022015
 

Remember this graphic from September 8th of last year?

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Official Website

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Official Website

Or these tweets from Clarence House that same day?

Clarence House Twitter

Clarence House Twitter

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