The Duchess of Cornwall looked seriously elegant as she arrived at St James' Palace to celebrate the christening of Prince Louis. Camilla, who attended the ceremony along with her husband Prince Charles, opted for a chic get-up perfect for the summer heat, consisting of a gorgeous cream Fiona Clare dress featuring pretty embellishing on the sleeves and neckline, which she teamed with a wide-brimmed hat by Locke and her trademark pearl choker. She carried a patterned clutch bag and wore a pair of cream high heeled court shoes, and kept her blonde hair in her trademark bouffant waves.
Camilla arrived at the ceremony with Prince Charles and the Cambridges
It's been a busy few weeks for Charles and Camilla. On Friday Camilla hosted a reception at Buckingham Palace to celebrate 50 years since the founding of the Man Booker Prize for fiction. The 70-year-old greeted guests wearing a mid-length dress which was constructed from a sheer fabric, emblazoned with a paisley print in dark blue, red and white. She wore a pearl choker and her favourite Chanel pumps.
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And earlier that week she accompanied her husband on a three-day trip to Wales, visiting a variety of places and meeting members of the public. The pair managed to squeeze in some down-time in between the many appointments, and were spotted taking a romantic stroll through the Welsh countryside on Tuesday evening.
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Monday's christening is a particularly special day as it's the first time the Cambridges have appeared together as a family of five. Duchess Kate looked divine in all-white at she arrived at the chapel and Princess Charlotte looked super cute in a blue and white floral frock. Older brother Prince George wore a white short-sleeved shirt and a pair of his trademark shorts.
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The youngest Cambridge was baptised by the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Reverend Justin Welby, who also baptised the Duchess of Sussex earlier this year and lead her wedding ceremony to Prince Harry. Mr Welby had earlier said how excited he was to be leading the christening ceremony. He tweeted: "I'm delighted and privileged to be christening Prince Louis today – a precious child made in God's image, just as we all are. Please join me in praying for him and his family on this special day."