The Daily Mail: Prince Louis is expected to have his christening in June
Prince Louis, the third child of Prince William and Kate Middleton, may have a lavish christening if his maternal grandmother, Carole Middleton, takes charge.
As reported by Daily Mail, Carole Middleton believes that for the christening ceremony of Prince Louis, the Duke and the Duchess of Cambridge should not hesitate to spend around £2000.
Carole has quite an experience in organizing and hosting parties. In her latest column for Baby London Magazine, Carole shared her top tips for a christening ceremony.
In the column, Carole suggested having a theme party for the occasion. She suggested themes like a Teddy Bears Picnic or Beatrix Potter.
According to Hello Magazine, William and Kate would love the suggested themes as they already have a Peter Rabbit-themed nursery for their children, George, Charlotte, and Louis
Carole also suggested that parents can set up a 'memory box' for the guests so that they place handwritten notes or photos inside it. This box can be gifted by the parents to the child on their eighteenth birthday.
Carole even recommended the attire for the baby for their christening. She suggested that parents should opt in for a silk gown by Monsoon that costs over £120.
Prince Louis is expected to wear a Honiton lace and white satin gown at his christening. The same gown was worn by his elder siblings, George and Charlotte at their christening.
Carole also suggested gifting the guests some chocolates and silver charms as a gesture on their way out in order to thank them for their attendance.
Prince Louis was born to Kate Middleton on April 23. He was first introduced to the world just hours after birth, in his mother's arms, outside the Lindo Wing of St. Mary's Hospital in London.
William and Kate announced Prince Louis' name four days after his birth. His official monicker was announced to be Prince Louis Arthur Charles.
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