Prince George of Cambridge, the first child of Prince William and his wife Kate, was christened at Chapel Royal in St. James's Palace in front of family and friends.
Prince George was christened on Wednesday, Oct. 23 by Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, at Chapel Royal in St. James's Palace. Prince William and Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, chose seven godparents for their firstborn son. The ceremony featured two hymns, two readings (given by Pippa Middleton and Prince Harry) and two anthems, including "Blessed Jesu! Here We Stand," which was written for Prince William's christening in 1982.
The infant prince wore a replica of an intricate lace and satin christening gown made for Queen Victoria's eldest daughter and first used in 1841. After the ceremony, Prince Charles and his wife Camilla hosted a private tea at their Clarence House residence, where cake from Prince William and Kate's wedding was served, according to tradition.
In this photo: Prince George is held by his father Prince William as they arrive at Chapel Royal for the christening of the 3-month-old prince.
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The Associated Press contributed to this report.