The christening of Prince Louis, Prince William and Kate Middleton’s 11-week-old son, was an intimate ceremony attended by royal guests, friends, and family members alike. But one important person’s name was missing from the attendance list: the Queen.
This occasion marks the first time Queen Elizabeth II has skipped the christening of any of Kate Middleton’s children. Thankfully, the Queen’s absence was not because she was ill or had an emergency. Instead, the Queen reportedly made the decision to skip her great-grandson’s christening “some time ago,” due to her hectic schedule. The rest of the royal family was on board with her decision.
Despite the Queen’s absence, the christening looked to be a gorgeous royal affair — nothing less for little Prince Louis! The baby wore…
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