The sweet moment you might have missed in Prince Louis' christening photos

Prince Louis christening Kate Middleton

CAMERA PRESS Matt Holyoak Prince Louis christening

In this Monday, July 9, 2018 photo made available by Kensington Palace, Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge poses for a photo with Prince Louis in the garden of Clarence House, following Prince Louis's baptism at the Chapel Royal, St. James's Palace, in London. But for some royals fans, the shot of just mother and son was the standout of the set. Little Louis is also smiling from ear to ear.

The Royal Family released official photos from Prince Louis' christening. The family is joined by his grandad and grandma here - Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall. The latest photo, taken by photographer Matt Porteous, shows the baby flashing a huge grin while in the arms of his proud mother, Kate Middleton.

While the family kept the ceremony small and private - so much so that Princess Charlotte even told the paparazzi they weren't invited to the private tea to be held after the ceremony - photographers were allowed to snap some images of the family as they entered the church.

The little prince wore a christening gown made by Angela Kelly, the dressmaker to the Queen.

The Cambridges photographed for the first time as a family of five! They were glorious, with both sides of the family posing and George and Charlotte inadvertently (or totally intentionally?) stealing the spotlight.

Matt Holyoak, who shot the Queen and Prince Philip for their 70th anniversary, is responsible for the gorgeous portraits celebrating the fifth-in-line to the British throne.

Official photographs of the christening of Prince Louise have been released.

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