Prince George entered the world to a media frenzy back in July, but now the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have opted for a low-key christening for their first born.
The 45 minute ceremony will take place in the Chapel Royal at St James’ Palace and be presided over by the Archbishop of Canterbury, spiritual leader of the Church of England, whom George himself would head if crowned King. Tourists and well-wishers have already flocked to the site.
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