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They include Kate's cousin Lucy Middleton, Nicholas van Cutsem, whose daughter was a bridesmaid at the wedding of Harry and Meghan in May, and Guy Pelly, a childhood friend of William's.
The group walked into the Abbey altogether and spoke with the Archbishop of Canterbury, who just a day earlier had Christened Prince Louis. "Please join me in praying for him and his family on this special day".
At her first royal christening, the former "Suits" actress gave a nod to her USA roots by wearing an olive-toned design by popular American designer Ralph Lauren.More news: Mother is sole survivor of crash that killed husband, 4 daughters
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry sent thank you notes to fans who congratulated the couple of their royal wedding almost two months after tying the knot. The dress was belted and featured a boat-neck neckline, a favourite silhouette of the Duchess's.
She wore an olive green shift dress by American designer Ralph Lauren Monday, accessorizing the frock with a matching hat from Stephen Jones during the ceremony at St. James' Palace Chapel Royal in London, where Meghan was baptized earlier this year. But it was largely hidden behind Prince Louis' christening gown.
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