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Monday, 28 October 2013

BY:FLORA LYIMO :LAST WEEK IT WAS THE WEEK THAT 'THIS BLOG ILIFUNGA KWA KUSALI ROZARI 'ALSO WILLIAM AND KATE WALIMBATIZA MTOTO WAO WA KWANZA OUR FUTURE KING GEORGE 'ONA PICHA ZA MKANDA MZIMA HAPA!!



Smiling and happy: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge grinned at their family as they held their young prince
Smiling and happy: Baba na Mama aka The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge grinned at their family as they held their young' prince''
He was on his best behaviour. With the eyes of the world on him, His Royal Highness Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge put on a perfect display of royal etiquette.
In an historic ceremony which brought together four generations of the Royal Family, the three-month-old future king was christened by the Archbishop of Canterbury in the Chapel Royal at St James’s Palace yesterday.
Dressed in a handmade replica of Queen Victoria’s daughter’s christening robe, George bore a striking resemblance to his father at a similar age.
Sweet child: The public got the chance to see three-month-old Prince George as he was taken into St James Palace for his christening yesterday
Sweet child: The public got the chance to see three-month-old Prince George as he was taken into St James Palace for his christening yesterday' Na kaanza kufanana na Baba yake kasoro pua''bado ana pua ya Mwaafrican (cute)'mbuta nanga!!


The Duchess of Cambridge carries her son Prince George after his christening at the Chapel Royal The Duchess of Cambridge carries her son Prince George after his christening at the Chapel Royal
LIZ JONES FASHION VERDICT: The Duchess of Cambridge wore a cream Alexander McQueen jacket with a fluted lapel over a matching dress, and a jaunty Jane Taylor hat. I love the narrow sleeves of the jacket, while the hair is gorgeously sleek and restrained, denoting her new grown-up status. Her shoes were off-white LK Bennetts, her favourite brand. At least it’s a change from her usual nude court shoe

Kate looked relaxed before the service began and wore a cream Alexander McQueen outfit
SO BLESS!! JAMANI WAMEPENDEZAAAAAAAAAAA''ILA WANASEMA WAMEBADILISHA JINSI YA KUWABATIZA WA TOTO WA KI ROYAL THIS TIME''SASA MIMI SIONI MABADILIKO DHIDI YA RANGI'' WASEMA PENGINE RANGI NDIYO WAMEBADILISHA BADALA YA WHITE IKAWA CREAM '' LA SIVYO I DO THINK NI VIZURI KUMBATIZA MTOTO NA VAAZI LEUPE'' HAYA MAMBO YA CREAM ARE NOT GOOD'' 
Queen Elizabeth II speaks with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
Touching: William and Kate laugh uproariously as they speak to Her Majesty the Queen, who is George's great-grandmother'' 



Happy occasion: The proud parents are walked from the chapel by Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury who had just baptised George
Happy occasion: The proud parents are walked from the chapel by Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury who had just baptised George'
The Duchess of Cambridge carries her son Prince GeorgeThe Duke of Cambridge arrives, holding his son Prince George

Delight: The Duke of Cambridge holds his son Prince George (left), while the baby is held by Kate (right) who stands next to the Bishop of London, Richard Chartres' 

Quiet: Prince George appeared contented as he was held by his mother on only his second public appearance since he was carried from the Lindo Wing in July
Quiet: Prince George appeared contented as he was held by his mother on only his second public appearance since he was carried from the Lindo Wing in July''   


Prince Harry leaves the ChapelPrince William

KAKA KAKA AKIONYESHA MAPENZI YA UKWEE'
Brother: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge asked their siblings to do the readings during the 45-minute ceremony, with Harry reading John (15: 1-5), which begins 'I am the true vine, and my Father is the gardener'



Senior royals: The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh are followed from the chapel by the Prince of Wales and his wife the Duchess of Cornwall. They and Prince Harry were the only close members of William's family who attended
LIZ JONES FASHION VERDICT: Perfection: the Queen wore a sky blue cashmere coat with mother of pearl buttons over a paisley dress by Scottish couturier Stewart Parvin, with a (warm!) cashmere hat made by her redoubtable dresser, Angela Kelly. The brooch is a ruby and diamond basket of flowers given to her by King George to mark the birth of Prince Charles in 1948
Siblings: Pippa and James Middleton walk out of the chapel with the small congregation, including their smiling mother Carole yesterday afternoon
Siblings: Pippa and James Middleton walk out of the chapel with the small congregation, including their smiling mother Carole yesterday afternoon''

Carole MiddletonMichael Middleton leaves the Chapel

Grandparents:  Bibi na Babu upande wa Mama>Michael and Carole Middleton walk away from the christening''
LIZ JONES FASHION VERDICT: Carole Middleton has chosen a trompe l’oeil – or trick of the eye –coat, with a lace insert to give her an hour-glass shape, which she doesn’t really need. The hat is too big and floppy, the sort you’d wear on holiday in Tuscany, and the hair should be more ‘done’. But at least her choice of designer, Catherine Walker, is an homage to Diana, the grandmother who sadly couldn’t be there
Joyous: Queen Elizabeth II and the Duchess of Cornwall followed by the Prince of Wales (background) leave the Chapel Royal holding programmes from the event
Joyous: Queen Elizabeth II and the Duchess of Cornwall followed by the Prince of Wales (background) leave the Chapel Royal holding programmes from the event''

Colourful: The St James's Palace detachment of The Queen's Guard turns out in Colour Court, St James Palace, for the arrival of Queen Elizabeth II, ahead of the christening
Colourful: The St James's Palace detachment of The Queen's Guard turns out in Colour Court, St James Palace, for the arrival of Queen Elizabeth II, ahead of the christening''
Happy day: Emilia Jardine-Paterson and husband David arrive at Chapel Royal in St James's Palace, central London for the christening of Prince George of Cambridge
Happy day: Emilia Jardine-Paterson and husband David arrive at Chapel Royal in St James's Palace, central London for the christening of Prince George of Cambridge''

The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall leave the Chapel Royal in St James's Palace, central London, following the christening of Prince George
Babu na Bibi wa bandia upande wa Baba'The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall leave the chapel.
Zara Phillips, pregnant with her first child with rugby player and husband Mike Tindall (R) arrive at Chapel Royal in St James's Palace
MAMA KIJACHO NAE HAKUACHWA NYUMBANI''
 Zara Phillips, pregnant with her first child with husband Mike Tindall arrive

Jamie Lowther-Pinkerton and his wife leave the Chapel Royal in St James's PalaceWilliam van Cutsem with wife Rosie leaving the Chapel Royal in St James's Palace
Guests: William van Cutsem with wife Rosie leaving the Chapel Royal in St James's Palace (rignt) Jamie Lowther-Pinkerton and his wife (left) are also seen departing'

Prince Phillip arrives at Saint James Palace, for the christening of his great grandson, Prince George
Oliver Baker (centre) with partner Mel and Michael Tindall (right) arrive at Chapel Royal in St James's Palace

Invited: Oliver Baker (centre in left photo) with partner Mel and Michael Tindall (right in left) arrive at Chapel Royal, where Prince Phillip was also seen (right)

As they walked out it was Kate’s turn to hold baby George, who appeared to be slightly dozing under the watchful eye of their part-time nanny, Jessie Webb.
Afterwards there was just enough time for tea and a slice of christening cake (in line with tradition, a tier of the couple’s wedding cake from 2011) at neighbouring Clarence House before the Queen had to get back to business at Buckingham Palace.
Today an historic set of photographs taken at that tea will be released to the public.
The photographs will, for the first time in more than a century, show a monarch and three living heirs: Prince Charles, 64, Prince William, 31 and George.
The last occasion such a picture was taken was in 1894 when Queen Victoria was photographed with her son Edward VII, grandson George V and great grandson Edward VIII.

Prince George's godmother Zara Tindall, seen here with rugby-playing husband Mike, was chic in navy at the royal christening - behind her is William van Cutsem's wife, Rosie
LIZ JONES FASHION VERDICT: Zara Tindall is very minimal, and safe, in navy opera coat over matching dress, with flattering and feminine bracelet sleeves. This is a huge advancement on her usual too-short style. I love the matching hat, like a giant scrunchie, and the golden knot of hair''

Prince George's godparents Julia Samuel and Hugh Grosvenor are pictured arriving with The Hon. Mrs Samuel's husband, Michael, left
Family friends: Prince George's godparents Julia Samuel, a close friend of the late Diana, Princess of Wales, and the Duke of Westminster's son Hugh Grosvenor, right, are pictured arriving with the Hon. Mrs Samuel's husband, Michael, left''

ROYAL GUEST LIST REVEALED: WHO SAW BABY GEORGE BAPTISED

Family:
The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh
The Prince of Wales, The Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Harry
Michael, Carole, James and Pippa Middleton
Prince George’s Godparents:
Oliver Baker - friend from university
Emilia Jardine-Paterson - School friend of Kate 
Earl Hugh Grosvenor
Jamie Lowther-Pinkerton - Past Private Secretary to The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
Julia Samuel - Close friend of Princess Diana
Zara Tindall - The Duke of Cambridge’s cousin)
William van Cutsem - childhood friend of William
Extra guest:
Jessie Webb, William's former nanny''

KEKI ILIHUSIKA PIA''TENA KAMA ILE ILE YA HARUSI YAO''I LOVE HII STYLE''

WILLIAM AND KATE'S 22 GUESTS TO ENJOY TEA AND WEDDING CAKE''

The wedding cake
After Prince George's christening, Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, were given a private tea at Clarence House.
The centrepiece was the extraordinary cake that William and Kate enjoyed at their wedding reception.
On April 29, 2011, Prince William and his new wife cut the first slice of the magnificent eight-tiered cake, but one of the tiers was saved for yesterday. Maker Fiona Cairns spent five weeks working on it along with her large team.
Kate had asked for the Joseph Lambeth technique of cake decoration, where intricate piping is used to make three dimensional scroll work, leaves, flowers and other adornments.

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