Baptism of Archie : The most beautiful photos of those of its cousins in the Cambridge

The British are eagerly awaiting the baptism of Archie Mountbatten-Windsor was scheduled to July 6, 2019 at Windsor castle. For this event, traditional and religious of the utmost importance, Meghan Markle, age 37, and prince Harry, 34 years old, chose to organize a private ceremony, refusing the presence of cameras. Anxious to better meet their desire for intimacy, the duke and duchess of Sussex have kept secret the list of godparents of their little Archie was born on the 6th of may last. A decision of the Sussex considered “childish and naïve“, by the author specialist Phil Dampier, who could well push Elizabeth II to intervene. What it has not done so. Precautions, pushed to their extreme and a very different approach to the baptism of Kate Middleton and prince William. The opportunity to return images on the baptisms of their three children : prince Georges, 5 years old, the princess Charlotte, 4 years old, and the prince Louis, 1yr.

Baptism of prince George of Cambridge

Born on July 22, 2013, the elder son of Kate Middleton and prince William was christened three months after his coming into the world. The religious ceremony took place on October 23, 2013 at the chapel royal St James ‘ palace, London, an unusual place. At the time, the duke and duchess of Cambridge had foiled the predictions by choosing Zara Phillips, cousin of prince William, Emilia Jardine-Paterson, a friend of Kate Middleton, and Julia Samuel, who was very close to Lady Di, as godmothers. William van Cutsem, one of the four sons of the late Hugh van Cutsem, best friend of prince Charles, Oliver Baker, a friend that the duke and duchess of Cambridge have known at the University of St Andrews where they met, Hugh Grosvenor, son of the duke of Westminster, and Jamie Lowther-Pinkerton, were chosen as godparents. Kate Middleton and prince William had invited very few people, twenty-two. For his christening, prince George wore a replica of the dress worn in 1841, the princess Victoria, daughter of queen Victoria, for her baptism.

Baptism of the princess Charlotte of Cambridge

Born on may 2, 2015, Charlotte of Cambridge was christened on 5 July, in the intimacy of the church of St Mary Magdalene in Sandringham. That is, just two months after his birth. The place was loaded with strong symbolism, since this is where her grand-mother, princess Diana, was christened on 30 August 1961. Kate Middleton, beautiful in a together cream, Alexander McQueen, prince William and prince George arrived on foot, the princess Charlotte, seated in a landau of time used by Elizabeth II to transport his own children. They had made the journey from their home of Anmer Hall, situated on the royal property of Sandringham in Norfolk, greeting the hundreds of people gathered for the occasion.

The duchess and duke of Cambridge had previously chosen five godparents. Laura Flowles, cousin of William and daughter of Lady Jane Fellowes, sister of Diana, Adam Middleton, a cousin of the duchess Catherine, Sophie Carter, one of the oldest and most intimate friends of Kate’s, James Meade, classmate Eton of prince William, and Thomas van Straubenzee, one of the best friends of William met at school in Ludgrove. Princess Charlotte wore the same dress of baptism than its big brother, which was shown to be particularly endearing. He looked at his little sister in the pram with lots of love.