Here are some choice shots, including adorable little girls meeting Kate Middleton, a little boy in a corgi suit meeting Prince Charles, and Princess Diana letting a toddler play with her necklace.
Prince Harry, Meghan Markle (now the Duchess of Sussex), as well as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, stepped out together just one day after they all showed up to two-month-old Prince Louis' christening.
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Markle is another royal who's found her go-to wares. Kate will attend a state banquet hosted by the Queen at Buckingham Palace.
Kate is now in the middle of maternity leave for Prince Louis and hasn't yet returned to full-time royal duties.
This is only Meghan's second balcony appearance, after first stepping out for Trooping The Colour in June. Kate stunned in a cream Alexander McQueen dress for Monday's special occasion, which saw the baby Prince sleep soundly as she arrived cradling him in her arms.
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The Duchess, 36, paired with outfit with a matching bespoke hat by Stephen Jones, which also appeared to be teetering between black and navy, depending on the light.
Louis was baptised by the Archbishop of Canterbury in a 40-minute service, which started at 4pm, at the Chapel Royal at St James' Palace in London on July 9.
White gloves are a mainstay of the Queen's wardrobe, no matter what the weather, and while Meghan has yet to actually don any gloves (apart from leather ones in winter), at yesterday's christening she was carrying a pair that matched her olive Ralph Lauren dress. The hat featured white flower details.
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