New details have emerged about Princess Charlotte's upcoming royal christening!
Kate Middleton and Prince William's one-month-old daughter will be baptized on Sunday, July 5 at St. Mary Magdalene's Church, Kensington Palace confirmed to People earlier today.
Princess Charlotte on May 2, 2015. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
St. Mary Magdalene's Church — which is located at Queen Elizabeth's Sandringham estate in Norfolk, England — is also where William's late mother, Princess Diana, and his cousin Princess Eugenie were christened.
For the occasion, Charlotte is expected to wear the royal family's traditional christening gown, which was designed by the Queen's assistant and a team of dressmakers at Buckingham Palace. The design of the garment is reportedly based on a christening gown commissioned by Queen Victoria in the 19th century.
Kate, William and George at George's christening in October 2013. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
The religious ceremony will be conducted by the Archbishop of Canterbury, who also baptized the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's 23-month-old son, Prince George, in October 2013.
So who will Kate, 33, and William, 32, choose to be their daughter's godparents? According to E! Online, a recent increase in bets predict William's cousins Princess Beatrice, 26, and Princess Eugenie, 25, and Kate's sister, Pippa Middleton, may be named godmothers. Those in the running to be godfather are reportedly William's cousin Peter Phillips, 37, and brother, Prince Harry, 30, and Kate's brother, James Middleton, 28.
Top: Peter, Beatrice and Eugenie. Bottom: James, Pippa and Harry. (Photo Credits: Getty Images)