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On July 9, Prince Louis officially became a part of the Church of England, and his entire family (minus the Queen of England) was there to witness the momentous occasion.
During the private event, photogs had to wait outside—only capturing the moments before and after the ceremony, which there were no shortage (hello, sassy Princess Charlotte). And let's not forget the history-making moment of when the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge walked into the church with their entire brood, all together for the first time.
Inside, there was plenty more to document, and photographer Matt Holyoak got it all on camera at Clarence House, following the prince's baptism. Four official portraits have been released by Kensington Palace, and they're seriously too cute for words. Take a look for yourself:
We especially can't get over George cheesing at the camera here.
This close-up shot of Louis with his mom Kate Middleton is just priceless.
Ah, the royals. Can they be any more perfect?