LONDON – The royal family of the United Kingdom has published four official photographs on Monday of the baptism of Prince Louis, the youngest son of the Dukes of Cambridge.
The images were taken at Clarence House, the official residence in London of Prince Charles, heir to the throne of the UK, and his wife Camilla.
“The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have released four official photographs to mark the christening of Prince Louis on Monday 9th July,” Kensington Palace, the residence of the duke and duchess of Cambridge, said.
“The photographs were taken by Matt Holyoak,” the palace added.
“I was truly honored at being asked,” said Holyoak, who added it had been a very happy event.
“Everyone was so relaxed and in such good spirits, it was an absolute pleasure. I only hope I have captured some of that joy in my photographs,” Holyoak added.
The christening took place on July 9 at the Royal Chapel of the Palace of Saint James, one of several residences that the royal family use in London.
The photographs marked the first time Prince William and his wife Catherine posed with their three children, Prince George, who turns five on July 22, Princess Charlotte, aged three, and Prince Louis, who was born April 23.