William, Kate’s third child Prince Louis christened

The Royal Family gathers at Clarence House for Prince Louis's christening

In gorgeous photos taken by Matt Holyoak at Clarence House, the Royal Family is looking especially sharp in neutral toned blues, taupes and creams.

The Royal Family released a number of official photographs to mark the milestone, which show Prince William and Kate with George, Charlotte and Louis.

The final photo shows William and Kate sitting indoors with their kids, as well as Harry and Meghan, and Charles and Camilla.

Kate and Wills kept it intimate, with only the little Prince's godparents, their spouses, and close family members in attendance.

Prince Louis' official christening photos are here!

The four pictures feature official portraits of various family members gathered around the young prince, but the photograph of Kate Middleton smiling with her third child in the garden at Clarence House is especially gorgeous.

The Duchess of Cambridge wore a dress by designer Alexander McQueen, the same designer she's worn for each of her children's christenings, and a hat by Jane Taylor.

Kate's parents and siblings also attended, including her sister Pippa Middleton, who is pregnant.

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The 92-year-old Queen and her husband Prince Philip were not among the guests.

Louis' great-grandparents, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip, were unable to attend the christening.

"Everyone was so relaxed and in such good spirits, it was an absolute pleasure".

WATCH: Princess Charlotte speaks to photographers at Prince Louis' Christening.

The day after the christening, fans were delighted to get another glimpse of Louis, Charlotte and George, who watched the RAF fly-past from the window of Buckingham Palace.

After the ceremony, the baby prince looked content and wiggled his fingers as Kate gazed down and beamed at him as she held him in her arms.

'I only hope I have captured some of that joy in my photographs'.

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