Kensington Palace thanks Princess Charlotte well-wishers
Kensington Palace has thanked the thousands of well-wishers who flocked to Sandringham to celebrate Princess Charlotte's christening.
The Palace tweeted that members of the public who gathered in the paddock outside the Church of St Mary Magdalene in Norfolk yesterday had made it "such a lovely moment for the family".
To the delight of the crowds, nine-week-old Charlotte - dressed in the intricate royal christening gown - was pushed to the church by her mother Kate in a large vintage silver wheeled Millson pram - once used by the Queen for the Duke of York and the Earl of Wessex.
The Palace, which tweeted a selection of photos taken by the media on the day, said: "Thank you to everyone who joined us in celebrating Princess Charlotte's christening yesterday - such a happy day! And a big thank you to the thousands who came along to Sandringham to make it such a lovely moment for the family."