The daughter of Prince William and Kate Middleton will be christened at St.Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby.
It was announced via Kensington Palace's official Twitter account today. The messages read:
"The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are pleased to announce the christening of Princess Charlotte will take place on Sunday 5th July. Princess Charlotte will be christened by The Archbishop of Canterbury @JustinWelby at St Mary Magdalene Church in #Sandringham."
It will be the first time we've seen Princess Charlotte in public since her birth on 2 May, when she was pictured outside the hospital with her proud parents.
A few days after her birth, she moved to Anmer Hall in Norfolk with her family. The home was a wedding gift to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and resides within the Sandringham Estate.
Charlotte's full name is Charlotte Elizabeth Diana and she will be known as Her Royal Highness Princess Charlotte of Cambridge.
Her christening destination is different from that of elder brother Prince George.
The third in line to the throne was christened at the Chapel Royal at St James' Palace in London, though he too was baptised by the Archbishop of Canterbury.
William and Kate have not announced who Charlotte's godparents will be, though there is speculation William's brother Prince Harry and Kate's sister Pippa Middleton could be in the running.
George had seven godparents including Zara Phillips.
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