The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were joined by long-standing friends and Kate's cousin this afternoon at St James's Palace after choosing old pals to act as godparents to Prince Louis.
Kate and William asked a total of six people - three godfathers and three godmothers - to act as godparents to their youngest, all of whom are friends or family of Their Royal Highnesses.
Guy Pelly, who is known for running celebrity nightclub in Chelsea, is a prominent
name on the list.
Kate also enlisted old school friend Hannah Carter, as well as her cousin Lucy Middleton.
Fellow Etonian Harry Aubrey-Fletcher as well as the wife of royal wedding speech-maker, James Meade - The Lady Laura Meade were given the nod too.
Prince William's old friend Nicholas van Cutsem was also chosen, although he wasn't spotted arriving at today's religious ceremony.
THE LADY LAURA MEADE
Lady Laura Meade is the wife of James Meade, another Old Etonian and fast friend of Wills', who was asked to make a speech at the royal wedding and is godfather to Louis' big sister, Princess Charlotte.
Prince Louis’ godfather Harry Aubrey-Fletcher is one of William's oldest friends, having attended both Ludgrove prep school and Eton with the Prince.
Mr Pelly has been in part of Harry and William's inner circle since their teenage years.
He is known for running celebrity nightclub in Chelsea, South-West London, a favourite old haunt of Harry during his partying years.
Bristol graduate Lucy is the Duchess of Cambridge's cousin and works as a solicitor in London specialising in media litigation for Atkins Thomson.
Hannah and Kate attended Marlborough College together, where they played on several of the same sports teams.
NICHOLAS VAN CUTSEM
Nicholas van Cutsem has been firm friends of the Prince of Wales and his sons for years.
Nicholas serves with the Household Cavalry and led the escort accompanying the Prince’s Royal Wedding carriage.
Also in attendance at today's event were the Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
Noticeable absentees from the christening
today were the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh.
The Queen will be travelling back from Norfolk at the start of a busy week, which includes high-profile celebrations marking the centenary of the RAF on Tuesday and a visit by US president Donald Trump in Windsor on Friday.