Duchess of Sussex stuns in Dior dress at RAF Centenary

Duchess of Sussex stuns in Dior dress at RAF Centenary

Baby Prince Louis was christened overnight at The Chapel Royal, St James's Palace, and while we were incredibly excited to get a glimpse of the young prince, we were even more excited to see what his mother, Kate Middleton would wear. It's all part of a royal tradition that's been upheld since 1841, when the original infant gown was worn by Queen Victoria's eldest daughter, Victoria, Princess Royal.

Rounding out the list of godfathers is Harry Aubrey-Fletcher, a longtime friend and former Eaton classmate of Prince William's.

Meghan just made an appearance with the royal family yesterday for the christening of Prince Louis, nephew of Prince Harry and son of Prince William and Kate Middleton.

While traditionally Prince Louis' christening would have seen the 11-week old as the centre of attention, this wasn't entirely the case. "Please join me in praying for him and his family on this special day".

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have also brought along a press team consisting of their own social media press officer, a programme co-ordinator, a PA and an assistant.

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Harry and Meghan will also head to Australia, Fiji, the Kingdom of Tonga and New Zealand in the fall for their first royal tour as a married couple.

Prince Harry and Meghan, who chose a forest-green Givenchy outfit in a nod to her hosts, were greeted at Government Buildings by the taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, on Tuesday, who showed them a plaque marking the foundation stone laid by Edward VII in 1904.

Kate, 36, on the other hand, opted to wear an Alexander McQueen coat and a hat by Sean Barrett.

Camilla wore a white silk dress by Anna Valentine and a Philip Treacy hat. So it is no wonder that both Prince William and Prince Harry appeared honored to be present for the celebrations.