Prince William and Kate Middleton kept up a family tradition for Prince Louis' christening party that might turn some stomachs.
The little Princess who was walking hand-in-hand with her father Prince William after the service at the Royal Chapel at St James's Palace told waiting photographers: "You're not coming".
Middleton, who is now five-months pregnant with her first child with husband James Matthews, hid her baby bump under the long-sleeved pleated gown.
Louis was baptised by the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Reverend Justin Welby in a 40-minute service which started at 4 pm on Monday.
While Louis has six godparents, his older brother George has seven, while Charlotte has five.
Prince Louis is the fifth in line to the British throne.
However the Queen, 92, and Prince Philip, 97, were notable absences as it was confirmed that they were unable to attend the christening service due to their busy royal schedules.
Twitter users also noted her confidence, saying that while older brother George appeared uncomfortable at all the attention, Charlotte seemed to revel in it.
Time goes by so quickly, and the little princess, now three, looks more and more like her mom the more time that passes.
Prior to the event, Kensington Palace released the names of Louis' godparents: Nicholas van Cutsem, Guy Pelly, Harry Aubrey-Fletcher and the Lady Laura Meade, as well as Mrs. Robert Carter (or Hannah Gillingham, Middleton's college friend) and Lucy Middleton (the duchess' cousin). It was hand-made in 2008 by Angela Kelly, the Dressmaker to the Queen. Mom Kate Middleton was absolutely gorgeous at the ceremony, wearing a stunning white Alexander McQueen dress with a deep v-neckline and three quarter sleeves.