Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge caused a few surprises when they announced the godparents for Prince George in 2013. The line up included family friends of Princess Diana, a former royal aide, and an old university pal of the couple – but his brother Prince Harry didn't feature, nor did her sister Pippa Middleton.So who will they consider when Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana of Cambridge is christened on Sunday, July 5?
"It'san important role," royal expert Victoria Arbiter tells HELLO!. "Agodparent is there to provide religious guidance. It's also somebody who isthere other than a parent or family member that a child could turn to. "Some royals have had as many as 12, so the possibility of people to be namedcan be a little tricky.
PrinceWilliam and Prince Harry both had six, almost all royal or of noble blood.Meanwhile Prince George had one more than his father and uncles, but hisincluded surprises like university friends of William and Kate.
"Williamand Kate are so keen to keep things on the down low and pretty chill,"adds Victoria. "They want someone who is close to them and that they cantrust." We likely won't find out who the royal couple has chosen for theirnew bundle of joy until the baby's christening, but there's already buzz aboutwho could possibly take on the coveted role.
Fromsiblings that were left out for their first child to lifelong friends, theseare potential godparents for little Princess Charlotte.