Princess Charlotte’s christening on Sunday, July 5, was what one might call a (royal) family affair. The tiny tot’s extended family turned out en masse for the momentous occasion, including, of course, her famously photogenic aunt, Pippa Middleton.
Middleton, 31, looked gorgeous in a cream-colored Emilia Wickstead coatdress, Jane Taylor Millinery hat, and sky-high heels as she joined the rest of the royal family in celebrating Princess Charlotte’s christening.
“Pippa Middleton is the epitome of elegance and style,” Taylor told Us. “And I could not be more honored to see her wearing one of my designs so beautifully today at such a significant royal occasion.”
Also in attendance were mom Carol, dad Michael, and brother James.
The media darling has been making headlines recently for her involvement with the British Heart Foundation. The younger Middleton sister took part in London’s Brighton Bike Ride on June 21, and raised funds for the cause prior to the race by teaming up with London-based fashion designer Tabitha Webb to create two cute pieces.
On Sunday, however, all eyes were on Middleton’s nephew, Prince George, who wore a white shirt and cherry red shorts for his younger sister’s christening. The little boy looked out at the hundreds of spectators with curiosity and even peered into Princess Charlotte’s pram at one point.
Mom Kate Middleton affectionately stroked his hair and smiled at him while dad Prince William held his hand and bent down to make sure he was alright.
Other notable guests on Sunday included Charlotte’s great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth, great-grandfather Duke of Edinburgh Prince Philip, grandfather Prince of Wales Prince Charles, and step-grandmother Duchess of Cornwall Camilla.
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