Video: The family arrivesGeorge sported the coveted family christening gown, a replica of the one dating from Queen Victoria’s days which was used by some 60 royal babies including William and Charles; the replica was made by the Queen’s dresser, Angela Kelly, a few years back when the original became too fragile to use. Little George didn’t care much, as is his baby prerogative, and neither did anyone else struggling to get past THOSE CHEEKS. Reviews were pretty unanimous:
you can read more about her choice at the Jewel Vault) and the Duchess of Cornwall went for texture in her cream bouclé coat.
Video: Departures from the chapel, with other guests (including the Middletons and a chic Zara Tindall) towards the endElegance all around, right? Both duchesses look fab – this could end up being Kate’s best of the year for me – and the Queen’s uniform is her uniform precisely because it is always right. Not a dubious choice in the bunch. Well played, Windsors.
A few links, in case you just can't get enough:
- Pictures galore at the Daily Mail.
- Article and more from the BBC.
- Picture special from the BBC.
- Article and gallery from the Mirror.
- UPDATE: Official pictures are in! Click here for the set and an article from the Express.
P.S.: Our regular Tiara Thursday feature will come tomorrow.
Photos: The Times/The Daily Telegraph/PA Wire