LONDON – The House of Cambridge is having their youngest member, baby George, baptized on Wednesday.
The ceremony, which was conducted by Archbishop Justin Welby of Canterburry lasted 45 minutes. Welby made a cross over George’s head and spoke the words: “This sign proves, he now belongs to God!”.
A commemorative coin to honor Prince George’s baptism has been released.
Kate and William chose to depart from tradition by Christening their son at the Royal Chapel of the St James Palace in London instead of at Buckingham Palace where both Queen Elizabeth and William’s dad, Prince Charles were baptized.
Jason Bell, photographer to the stars, has been asked by Will and Kate to take official pictures of Prince George. The pictures will be taken at Clarence House, where Prince Charles lives. There will not be official pictures of the Christening itself.
Prince George was born July 22 2013. He is third in line to the British throne.
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