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See Every Photo from Prince Louis's Christening

Three generations of royals came together to watch the baptism ceremony in London.
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Prince Louis hasn't been seen in public since he made his debut on the steps of the Lindo Wing back on April 23. But on July 9, three generations of royal family members, including Prince Charles and Camilla, along with some of Will and Kate's closest friends gathered in the Chapel Royal of St. James’s Palace in London to celebrate the christening of the 2 1/2-month-old. See all the photos from the day below.

Duchess Kate looking at little Louis before the christening ceremony starts.


The first photo of all five Cambridges arriving at Prince Louis's christening.


Kate chatting with the Archbishop of Canterbury.


Kate beaming before the ceremony, in an off-white Alexander McQueen dress. 


Get all the details on her outfit, including that striking "hat-band" right here.

Little Louis snoozing before the ceremony. 


This is the first time he's been seen publicly since he made his debut on the Lindo Wing steps back in April.

Meghan Markle chose an olive green dress by Ralph Lauren for the occasion.


Get all the details on her outfit here.

James Middleton and Lady Laura Marsham arrive for the christening.


The Middleton family on their way in to the ceremony.


The entire Middleton family was there.


Including Pippa, who wore this baby blue dress.

Pippa with her husband James Matthews.


They're expecting their first child together.

Camilla and Prince Charles arriving for the day.


Charlotte and George holding tight to Prince William's hand.


The whole Cambridge family exiting the ceremony.


*This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com

*Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors

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