Baby George is very well-behaved at the ceremony

Prince George was seen in public for the first time in three months on Wednesday as he arrived to be christened at St James’s Palace.

Kate Middleton and Prince William‘s baby son – who was born on 22 July – looked a proper butch little boy, despite the lacy gown he was dressed in for the ceremony.

George‘s girly outfit is a replica of the one worn by Queen Victoria‘s eldest daughter in 1841. The orginal was passed down through generations of the Royal Family until deemed too fragile in 2004.

William and Kate, both 31, were joined at the palace by royal figures including the Queen, Prince Philip, Prince Charles, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Harry.

Kate‘s parents Michael and Carole were both in attendance, as were her siblings Pippa and James.

William donned a dapper navy suit for the event while Kate wore a ruffled cream jacket over a matching midi with a fascinator and pretty drop earrings.

The couple made Wills‘ cousin Zara Phillips a godparent, alongside six of their close friends and advisers.

George was very well-behaved as the Archbishop of Canterbury made a cross on his head with water from the River Jordan, with aides saying there ‘wasn’t a peep’ out of him.

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Anna Duff