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Princess Diana’s granddaughter Charlotte to be christened on July 5

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New princess of the Royal family of England, Princess Charlotte, the granddaughter of Princess Dianna and the daughter of Prince William and Princess Kate, is going to be christened next month.

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Prince William’s office told that Archbishop of Canterbury will christen the little princess on July 5 at St. Marry Magdalene Church in Sandringham where William and Kate, officially known as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, have a country home on Queen Elizabeth’s estate in eastern England.

The ceremony will be conducted by Archbishop Justin Welby, the spiritual head of the Anglican Church, who also oversaw the christening of her elder brother Prince George, who will celebrate his second birthday next month.

The newest member of the British royal family, whose full name is Charlotte Elizabeth Diana, in a nod to her late grandmother Princess Diana and her great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth, has not been seen in public since she left hospital with her parents on May 2.

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