Here is a look at royal christenings from Prince Louis, seen here, and dating back to his great-grandmum, Queen Elizabeth.
The royal family is seen at Prince Louis' christening in July 2018. Siblings George and Charlotte did not appear at all pleased with the horde of photographers outside. "You're not coming," 3-year-old Charlotte told them as her dad, Prince William, looked bemused.
The family, including newlyweds Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, gathered for the private ceremony at the Chapel Royal at St. James’ Palace on July 9 christening.
Prince Louis Smiles After His Ceremony
The now 2-month-old can be seen flashing a huge smile in a photo from his special day.
Prince Louis is Held by His Mom, Kate Middleton
The Duchess of Cambridge holds Prince Louis after his July 2018 christening.
Princess Charlotte is said to be the bossy one despite having a big brother.
Prince Louis is the third child of Prince Harry and Kate Middleton.
Big brother Prince George peeks into his little sister's carriage at the christening of Princess Charlotte.
Prince George was the first direct heir to the throne to be born in 31 years.
Prince Harry was upstaged at his christening by his big brother, William.
Prince William at his 1982 christening, surrounded by his mother, Diana, dad Charles, grandparents Elizabeth and Phillip and the Queen Mum.
Prince William is held by the Queen Mother as dad Prince Charles and grandmother Queen Elizabeth II look on.
Princess Eugenie was christened in 1990, surrounded by Princess Margaret, Sarah, Duchess of York, Prince Andrew and Queen Elizabeth.
The Duchess of York, Sarah Ferguson, and Prince Andrew at the christening of their first daughter in 1988.
The Royals Attending Princess Beatrice's Christening
The still-married Prince Charles and Diana with their young sons at Princess Beatrice's service.
Prince William's Godson Prince Constantine-Alexios of Greece and Denmark
A 16-year-old Prince William holds his godson, Prince Constantine-Alexios of Greece and Denmark, at his London christening in 1999.
Albert, the son of Princess Grace and Prince Rainier
Princess Grace of Monaco holds son Albert, at his christening, as Prince Rainier holds their daughter, Princess Caroline, in 1958.
The christening of Princess Anne, featuring four royal generations, was held in 1950. She is held by her mother, Princess Elizabeth (who would later become Queen Elizabeth II), while her grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, great-grandmother Queen Mary and a toddling Prince Charles look on. Prince Philip smiles in the background.
Queen Mary, Princess Anne, Elizabeth and the Queen Mum in 1950.
The christening of Prince Charles in 1948. He is held by his mother, Elizabeth as father, Philip, and his maternal grandparents look on.
The 1926 christening of Elizabeth, who would later become Queen Elizabeth II. She is flanked by her parents, the Duke and Duchess of York, who would later become King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother.
A family portrait at Buckingham Palace of Princess Elizabeth's christening. Her parents, Bertie and Elizabeth, the Duke and Duchess of York, would later become king and queen after his brother, King Edward VIII abdicated.