The Duchess of Cambridgelooked lovely in a white dress holding PrinceLouis, who was swathed in the same historic gown his siblings wore for their christening ceremonies.
Instead, Prince William's friends Nicholas van Cutsem, fellow Etonian Harry Aubrey-Fletcher and nightclub owner Guy Pelly will serve as godfathers. Her new sister-in-law, the Duchess of Cambridge, wore an ice blue fitted dress and matching fascinator.
Meghan's short-sleeved, knee-length dress continued a couple of fashion trends we've seen from her beginning with her Givenchy wedding gown: boat necks and belts.
The young prince, who has an older brother George, 4, and sister Charlotte, 3, will also be baptized using water from the River Jordan.
Lady Laura Meade will Godmother to Prince Louis.
The service is due to start at 1500 GMT and last 40 minutes, while the list of godparents is expected later on Monday. Diana was a big fan of all of the classic children's book and Harry hopes to create a collection of first editions for Louis, Prince George and Princess Charlotte to enjoy for years to come.
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He leaves as Los Blancos' all-time top scorer and a four-time Champions League victor with the team he joined in 2009. That holding company, Exor , owns 64 per cent of Juventus , and 30 per cent of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA).
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Police are hunting for a contaminated container which they believe was handled by the pair, who were known drug users. He said public health advice was "not to pick up any odd items such as needles, syringes or unusual containers".