Kate Middleton Looked Lovely in White For Princess Charlotte's Christening
Considering Kate Middleton looks flawless in even the most casual of looks, we could only imagine what she would wear to the christening of her daughter, Princess Charlotte. Thoughts of florals, fascinators, and Jenny Packham dresses filled our heads in the days leading up to the event, and now that it's finally here, we can safely say her outfit surpassed any expectations.
Stepping out in a white coat, beige heels, and an embellished fascinator, the Duchess of Cambridge was her usual fashion-forward self as she entered the Church of St. Mary Magdalene on Queen Elizabeth II's Sandringham Estate, alongside a suited Prince William. But this time around, Kate had another little lady to share the spotlight with: Princess Charlotte, who's clearly inherited her mother's ability to pull off a formal ensemble. The newest royal looked simply angelic, keeping with tradition in a newer version of a Victorian baptism gown, while her older brother, Prince George, was spotted in some red shorts.
Read on to see everyone's looks in full.
Kate Middleton cradled Princess Charlotte while wearing an all-white look.
She accessorized her outfit with a floral decorated fascinator.
The mother-daughter duo made quite the stylish pair. We can't wait to see more of these two together!
But the boys of the family didn't disappoint. Prince William looked dapper in a suit, while Prince George was absolutely adorable in some red shorts and a collared shirt.
How cute! We love matching sets, too, Prince George!
We're loving the collar and neckline on this chic white coat. The Duchess of Cambridge always has the best outerwear!
A close-up of the sweet baby Charlotte.
And another! In a vintage pram.
This is one good-looking family!