United Kingdom queen misses christening of William and Kate's baby son

The coat dress was actually a very pale yellow at her brother-in-law's nuptials, not cream, and the sleeves on the wedding look had buttons.

Expected to be in attendance at the christening are Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla, Duchess Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, the Middleton family, and all of the godparents and their spouses.

The family held a private ceremony with close family, however, the Queen and Prince Philip did not attend.

It was also revealed Monday that the Duke and Duchess had chosen two hymns, two lessons and two anthems for the christening.

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His big brother Prince George as well as sister Princess Charlotte came along too but it was she who stole the show again thanks to her confident antics.

Louis, who is fifth in line to the throne, will be baptised today by the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, in the Chapel Royal at St James's Palace at 4pm today. George, who turns five next week, looked handsome in a white short-sleeved shirt with blue buttons, which appears to be the "Daniel" shirt by Amaia, which he also wore for Trooping the Colour this year.

The christening itself is quite the family tradition, Royal Central U.K. notes, adding Prince Louis also wore a replica of the now-famous Honiton lace christening gown.

Yesterday was the day young Prince Louis got christened.

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From the duchess's side, Kate's parents Michael and Carole, brother James, pregnant sister Pippa and her husband James Matthews were there.

They include Guy Pelly, once dubbed the "court jester" to William and Harry for his wild ways that were often cited as a bad influence on the brothers in their youth, running their favourite drinking haunts. The royal has previously worn the earrings at formal occasions including the Garter Day ceremony and the State Opening of Parliament, and on Monday Kate sported pearl versions of the stunning design at her son's christening.

Following the 40-minute traditional religious service, guests attended a private tea which included slices of christening cake, from a tier taken from the duke and duchess' wedding cake.

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