Princess Charlotte’s Christening Details Revealed

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Kensington Palace has announced Princess Charlotte’s christening date, some four weeks after the royal baby’s birth.

Charlotte, who was born on May 2 to proud parents Kate Middleton and Prince William, will be christened in a private ceremony at St. Mary Magdalene’s Church in Sandringham on July 5, according to a statement. [via PEOPLE]

The royal baby’s late grandmother, Princess Diana, was baptized at the same church in 1961. And in 1990, Princess Eugenie, now 25, was christened at St. Mary Magdalene’s.

Sandringham estate, which belongs to Queen Elizabeth II, is also where Anmer Hall is. The Cambridges have resided inside the 10-bedroom property since the birth of Charlotte. As PEOPLE notes, Anmer is not far from Park House, where Diana was born.

The Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Reverend Justin Welby, will oversee Charlotte’s ceremony. This is the same Archbishop who baptized the princess’ brother, Prince George, who turns 2 on July 22.