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Prince George of Cambridge's Baptism

The baptism of Prince George of Cambridge evoked a sense that the British Monarchy is here to stay. The last time a British sovereign was photographed with three future kings was in 1894, when Queen Victoria was photographed holding her great-grandson, Prince David (future Edward VIII), together with her son, Albert, Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII) and her grandson, Prince George, Duke of York (later King George V). The same scene has been captured in the official portrait during christening of Prince George of Cambridge. Queen Elizabeth II posed with her heir, Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, her grandson, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and her great-grandson Prince George of Cambridge. Image: Jason Bell/Camera Press

The British Royal Family during the baptism of Prince George of Cambridge.

The British Royal Family is joined by the Middletons for the official portrait.

The Family Portrait: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and baby
Prince George

Four generations of royals: Queen Elizabeth II,
Prince Charles, Prince William and Prince George.


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