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Seven godparents to support George
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have named six old friends from school and university and the Queen's granddaughter Zara Tindall as godparents of their son, Prince George.
The announcement came ahead of the christening of William and Kate's baby, who will be baptised this afternoon by the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Rev Justin Welby, during a private ceremony in the Chapel Royal at St James's Palace.
George's seven godparents include the Duke and Duchess's former private secretary Jamie Lowther-Pinkerton, who continues to serve part-time as their principal private secretary and equerry.
Also chosen was Oliver Baker, who attended St Andrews University with William and Kate, and family friend Hugh Grosvenor, the son of the Duke of Westminster.
Another moral guardian for the baby prince is Julia Samuel, who was a close friend of Diana, Princess of Wales, and is the founder patron of Child Bereavement UK, which has William as its royal patron.
William van Cutsem is one of four brothers who are old family friends of William and Harry, while Emilia Jardine-Paterson is an interior designer who went to Marlborough College with Kate.
Kensington Palace confirmed that those invited to the christening include the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh, the Prince of Wales, who has become a grandfather for the first time, the Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Harry.
Kate's family - parents Carole and Michael Middleton and siblings Pippa and James - will also attend, along with the godparents and their partners.
The royal couple have chosen celebrity portrait photographer Jason Bell to take the official pictures to mark the christening.
Bell is renowned for his images of showbiz figures like Sir Paul McCartney, actress Scarlett Johansson and former England footballer David Beckham.
The photographs taken after the ceremony are expected to capture four generations of the Royal Family together and will be released tomorrow.
The pictures will show the Queen with three future monarchs - Charles, William and George.
It will echo the picture taken in July 1894 during the christening of the future Edward VIII, showing the royal baby with his father, later George V, grandfather, the future Edward VII, and great grandmother, Queen Victoria.
Bell's images have been featured in the National Portrait Gallery and published in glossy magazines like Vogue and Vanity Fair.
In past decades, senior royal babies - the Queen, Charles and William - have been christened at Buckingham Palace.
But the Cambridges have chosen the Chapel Royal, where the coffin of the Duke's mother, Princess Diana, lay before her funeral.
Princess Beatrice was the last well-known royal baby to be christened at St James's Palace, in December 1988.
George will be christened in a replica of the intricate lace and satin christening gown made for Queen Victoria's eldest daughter, Victoria, the Princess Royal, in 1841.
The Earl and Countess of Wessex's son, Viscount Severn, became the first royal baby to wear the new robe at his christening in 2008.
The water used during the ceremony has come from the River Jordan in the Middle East, where it is said Jesus was baptised by John the Baptist.
A Kensington Palace spokeswoman said: "There's a tradition with royal christenings hosted by the Chapel Royal that water from the River Jordan is used."