Princess Charlotte’s Christening Photos Belong in ‘Vogue’

Princess Charlotte Honiton Lace Gown Pram St. Mary Magdalene

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Today, Kensington Palace released five photos from Princess Charlotte‘s christening at St. Mary Magdalene Church on the Queen’s Sandringham estate.

The images were taken by fashion photographer Mario Testino, who shot William and Catherine’s engagement photos in 2011

The Duchess of Cambridge holds Princess Charlotte in the Drawing Room at Sandringham House

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Unlike with George’s October 2013 christening, we have yet to see a photo of Charlotte with Her Majesty and the three other heirs – Prince Charles, Prince William and her big brother (the one having a meltdown in the photo below).

Prince George Cries Holds William's Hand

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  The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with Prince George and Princess Charlotte in the garden at Sandringham House   A photo posted by Kensington Palace (@kensingtonroyal) on

The Duke of Cambridge playing with Prince George in the garden at Sandringham House

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The group shot (below) included both the Middleton family and the Mountbatten-Windsors.  The only one missing was our dear, sweet, chocolate-covered Prince Harry, who is working on conservation projects in Africa.

Her Majesty’s purse was also included in the photo, natch.  And, as with all infants, Charlotte decided to just let her head hang to the side, much like George did during one of his official photos.

“It’s time for cake now, yes?”

Prince George Red Shorts Charlotte Christening

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According to the Daily Mail, George reportedly calls Her Majesty’s “Granny.”  In the video below, you can hear William tell George that they’re going back to “Granny’s house.”

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