Poor Jason must have ID’d all the designers before the royals turned up, because we got the confirmations all in a lump: Camilla wore a cream-colored Fiona Clare dress and a Locke hat. Kate wore a white McQueen dress and a very funny Jane Taylor hat (it looks like those headpieces we saw at the Catholic-imagery Met Gala). Meghan wore a clean, minimalist-looking olive-colored Ralph Lauren and a hat by Stephen Jones. Here’s the video of the royals arriving:
Members of the Royal Family arrive at St James's Palace for the christening of Prince Louis. pic.twitter.com/3pDk4D898C
— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) July 9, 2018
I’m not mad that Kate stepped over so that the cameras could get a shot of her and Prince Lou. What I am mad about is the fact that the Archbishop of Canterbury tried to block the photos!! Dude, no one cares about your back, let us see Kate’s dress and the baby!!
Here’s video of the godparents arriving with the Middleton family. I realize Pippa is probably in that strange stage of pregnancy where the maternity clothes are too big, but the regular clothes are too small, but good God her dress is bad. It’s so unflattering and buttony. You can see some still photos here.
The godparents arrive along with the Middleton family for Prince Louis’s christening pic.twitter.com/3uZvWw54ZB
— Rebecca English (@RE_DailyMail) July 9, 2018
Prince Louis looked to be asleep for his big day.
— Richard Palmer (@RoyalReporter) July 9, 2018
From what little we’ve heard about Lou, I think he might be the no-fuss baby.
We’ll have more coverage tomorrow!
— Carolyn Durand (@CarolynDurand) July 9, 2018
Instagram and videos courtesy of Kensington Palace & Rebecca English. Additional photo courtesy of WENN.