This was the nation’s first glimpse of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with both of their children as Prince George joined the royal couple for his younger sister Princess Charlotte’s christening this afternoon.
The family of four made the journey to the church of St Mary Magdalene in Sandringham together for the private ceremony, attended by just 21 official guests including the Queen and Prince Philip as well as other close family members and the nine-week old princess’s five godparents.
Kate, dressed all in ivory, pushed Charlotte in a traditional-style Milson black pram, while George – who turns two on July 22 – walked alongside his parents, wearing an almost identical outfit as Prince William when Prince Harry was born in 1984.
Today, he was clutching his father’s hand tightly. It is only the second time Princess Charlotte has been seen in public, and the first time the family have been photographed together.