Get ready to n'aww as tomorrow afternoon Prince George is putting on his best lace for his christening at Chapel Royal at St James's Palace. Unfortunately this is a private ceremony, so won't be broadcast in Hyde Park or on the telly, but that doesn't mean we can't join in the fun, riiiight? To prepare you for tomorrow's festivities, we have rounded up everything you need to know about the baptism and past royal christenings.
When is the christening?
The christening will kick off at 3pm on Wednesday 23 October, and will last for 45 minutes. So make sure you are right here tomorrow afternoon to find out all the action - we're on the look out for Kate and her L.K. Bennett pumps.
Where is the christening?
The baptism will take place at the Chapel Royal at St James's Palace, instead of Buckingham Palace. St James' Palace has hosted 18 other royal christenings and Princess Beatrice was the last royal to be christened here. It will be an intimate service as the chapel seats about 40 people.
Who are the godparents?
The Sunday Times reports that three of George's godparents have been announced - Kate's friend Emilia D'Erlanger, university flatmate Fergus Boyd and Hugh van Cutsem. The other three will be revealed tomorrow. Prince William also has six godparents, including former King Constantine II of Greece, and the Duchess of Westminster, Lady Susan Hussey.
What will Prince George wear?
George is going to wear a replica of the Honiton lace gown, first created for for the Christening of Queen Victoria's eldest daughter, Victoria, Princess Royal, in 1841. The replica was made by the Queen's couturier Angela Kelly.
How will we see the royal christening?
It has been announced that Jason Bell will be the official photographer at the baptism, and he will also take photographs at Clarence House following the service in the Chapel Royal. These will be released on Thursday 24th October. So who is Jason Bell? Let us introduce you here. The christening will also be the first time that four generations of royals will be photographed together in over 100 years.
Take a look through the gallery above to see past royal baptisms and check out our royal baby baptism facts...