It is only the second time Princess Charlotte has been seen in public, and the first time the family have been photographed together.George was dressed in an outfit of red shorts and a white embroidered shirt - almost identical to the one worn by his father when he was taken as a young boy to meet brother Prince Harry for the first time.As his mother tended to his sister, the inquisitive youngster took matters into his own hands and tried to make his way into the church by himself.Also making their way to the church were Kate's parents, Carole and Michael Middleton, sister Pippa and brother James, as well as Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall, although Prince Harry, who is currently in Nambia, missed out.This time, Kate’s dress was more streamlined with its sharp shift-style silhouette, dramatic inverted neckline and exaggerated lapels which became the focal point of the piece, making a stark contrast to the playful ruffles and flared hemline of the 2013 creation.
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The Princess had started to cry and Kate picked her up to settle her ahead of the service.
As George entered the churchyard, he let go of William's hand and made his own way through the grounds.