Crowds gather to catch glimpse of newly christened Princess Charlotte
The British royal family celebrated the christening of Prince William and Kate Middleton's 9-week-old daughter Charlotte on Sunday.
The ceremony on Sandringham Estate in King's Lynn, England took place in the same church where Princess Diana was christened in 1961, according to the Associated Press.
The christening ceremony inside St. Mary Magdalene Church was private, but crowds of onlookers and fans waited outside the church hoping for a glimpse of the new princess, who is fourth in line for the throne.
The outing marks the first time that William and Kate's family of four has appeared all together in public, and only the second time that Princess Charlotte has been seen in public since her May 2 birth.