The Best Dressed at Prince George's Christening
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By Paige Brettingen
Not that we expected differently, but Prince George looked every bit as adorable as we imagined he'd be at his christening on Wednesday—dressed in a bespoke lace gown made by the Queen's couturier. He wasn't the only stylish royal in attendance. Take a look at the seven others who gave Prince George some competition for "best dressed" (though he was the clear frontrunner in the "three months and under" category).
The Royal Mum2 of 8
The duchess coordinated with her little prince, wearing a sophisticated custom-made Alexander McQueen cream ruffled jacket dress, complemented by a custom-made Jane Taylor hat (which alone cost £755). The look was previously spotted on the spring 2014 runways, so unfortunately for us, it's not yet for purchase…unlike her skinny jeans.
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Continuing the cream-color trend, Aunt Pippa arrived in an ivory wool trapeze coat (costing a mere £750) over a light pink shift dress. The coat and dress were both designed by British couture designer Suzannah Crabb—a favorite of Pippa's in the past.
Carole Middleton4 of 8
Prince George's grandmother was aglow in an off-white dress paired with a fitted navy coat—both designed by Catherine Walker. She topped the look off with a grey satin-trimmed straw hat by Jane Corbett.
Queen Elizabeth II5 of 8
Stepping out in her trademark matching coat and hat, the Queen looked as regal as ever in a sky blue ensemble designed by royal favorite Stewart Parvin.
Julia Samuel6 of 8
Prince George's new godmother and a close friend of Princess Diana, Julia Samuel embraced a bolder look amidst the pale pastels and neutral hues with a beautifully tailored red lace dress.
Emilia Jardine-Paterson7 of 8
Emilia, a close friend of Kate's at Marlborough College (who is said to have introduced her to William's circle at university) and now another one of George's godmothers, opted for a tasteful black-and-white shift dress and polished the look with a black beret.
Zara Phillips Tindall8 of 8
The cousin of Prince William and godmother to Prince George (who also happens to be an Olympic medalist) may have taken style cues from Victoria Beckham who wore a similar navy maternity dress to the royal wedding in 2011.
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