Princess Charlotte Wears A Gown You’ve Probably Seen Before For Her Royal Christening!

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Prince George is gonna be mad his little sister keeps taking things from his closet!

Princess Charlotte‘s Christening took place on Sunday afternoon at St. Mary Magdalene Church in Norfolk, and her royal family members couldn’t have looked cuter to celebrate her big day.

Kate Middleton wore all white Alexander McQueen in honor of her daughter’s step into the spotlight, and her fascinator is simply gorgeous!

Prince William kept things traditional in a navy suit, but it’s two-month-old Charlotte’s big brother George who takes the cake in his adorable red-and-white frilled shorts and short sleeves number.

[ Related: What We Know About Princess Charlotte’s Christening So Far ]

So what exactly did Charlotte wear for her Christening?

A replica of the same royal gown that has been in her family since 1841!

George himself wore the hand-stitched gown for his Christening in 2013 (below) while daddy William got the original for his in 1982!

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So who else was in attendance to honor Charlotte?? Her five godparents, of course!

Kate and William selected five of their closest friends and family members to participate in the ceremony, including; William’s cousin the Honourable Laura Fellowes, and longtime friends Thomas van Straubenzee and James Meade, as well as Kate’s cousin Adam Middleton and her friend Sophie Carter.

We wonder what Pippa and Harry are going to think about this, especially since William’s little brother has now missed both his niece and nephew’s Christenings.

[ Photo: See The First Portrait of Princess Charlotte & Prince George! ]

The rest of the attendees included Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Prince Charles and Camilla, Kate’s parents Michael and Carole Middleton, her brother James Middleton and Pippa!

Sounds like a pretty great day to us!

[Image via Chris Jackson/Associated Press and WENN.]

Jul 5, 2015 1:10pm PDT

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