Stealing the spotlight! Though Sunday, July 5, was all about Princess Charlotte's christening, her older brother Prince George still managed to get plenty of attention as he arrived at the Church of St. Mary Magdalene in Sandringham, England.
Kate Middleton and Prince William arrived with their two adorable children in tow and greeted the cheering crowd of well-wishers.
While Princess Charlotte wore the traditional christening gown, which was worn by George in October 2013, her cheerful older sibling sported cherry red shorts and a white shirt.
Little George clutched his father's hand as they made their way to the ceremony. The tiny tot seemed confused by the large crowd, and continued to look over his shoulder as he walked toward the church. Kate comforted him by stroking his head and smiling while his father bent down to make sure he was okay.
Kate wore an all-cream Alexander McQueen ensemble with a Jane Taylor hat, and did her best to soothe the crying Princess Charlotte, who wore a replica of the christening gown, worn by generations of royals before her.
The family briefly posed for photos and waved at the crowd before entering the church for a private, 45-minute ceremony, which was officiated by the Archbishop of Canterbury, The Most Reverend Justin Welby, who will also baptize Princess Charlotte.
Additional reporting by Ellie Flynn.
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