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What does Prince George call the Queen? Royal tot has a cute name for greatTo most of us shes simply the Queen - but thats not what little Prince George calls her. Crowds were given a glimpse into how the Royal Family behave behi

nd-the-scenes yesterday as they gathered for Princess Charlottes christening. Our adorable footage shows William leading George by the hand back to the Queens Sandringham house after the servic

e telling him theyre going back to what sounds like either Grannys or Nannys. Williams comments came after he reassured Prince George th

eyre coming, theyre all coming as George looked behind him to check the rest of the Middletons and royals were also on their way. The footage suggests that, even though the Queen is Georges great-grandmother, his family have kept it simple for the toddler, dropping the great. Family times: Prince George with Prince William, the Duchess of Cambridge and Princess Charlotte at Sundays christening (Image: Flynet) It is thought that George calls Carole Middleton grandma and it is well known that the young royals refer to the Queen as granny. William and Harry shouted Go, Granny when the Queen parachuted into the Olympic Games opening ceremony in 2012 in a James Bond-themed stunt. And Prince Harry said: To me shes just Granny, when asked about the Queen in a Diamond Jubilee interview. Video LoadingVideo UnavailableClick to playTap to playThe video will start in8Cancel

Play now Prince William, Kate, George and Charlotte appeared together for the first time as a family of four yesterday as two-month-old Charlotte was baptised at the same church where Princess Diana was christened. In brilliant sunshine the Cambridges walked together from the Queens Sandringham house to the nearby St Mary Magdalene Church as crowds of 3,500 gathered to watch from the paddock. Royal appointment: Even though the Queen is Georges great-grandmother the Cambridges have kept it simple for George and dropped the great (Image: Getty) Fans had been camping overnight to catch a glimpse of baby Charlotte in the first time she had been seen since she left hospital on May 2 at just a few hours old. Propped up in a 1950s Millsons pram borro

wed from the Queen and once used for Princes Andrew and Edward, Charlotte could be seen peeking out through the traditional royal silk and lace christening gown. She may have been too young to know what was going on but big brother Prince George, who will be two later this month, looked delighted by the crowds as he

walked beside her holding his daddys hand. Giving the occasional little wave he showed off a red and white 85 Rachel Riley shorts and shirt combination chosen to resemble the outfit William wore when he visited Pr

ince Harry in hospital when he was born. Kate, 33, looked sophisticated in a cream Alexander McQueen coat - the same designer she chose for Georges Christening in October 2013 - and matching Jane Taylor hat with her hair tied up. Big day: Crowds wait to greet the family arriving wi

th Princess Charlotte (Image: PA) Royal nanny Maria Borrallo, who did not walk with the family but was later seen outside the church, was wearing her traditional Nordland nanny uniform from the renowned Morland College where she trained. A few hours before the 4.30pm christening, William and Kate revealed they had chosen five of their closest friends and relatives to be Charlottes Godparents - including Princess Dianas niece. \The move is a further tribute to Williams late mother whose name Charlotte bears as a middle name. In an announcement tweeted by the official Kensington Palace Twitter account at 11am, the princesss Godparents were named as Dianas niece Laura Fellowes, Kates cousin Adam Middleton, Williams best friends James Meade and Tom Van Straubenzee and Kates childhood friend Sophie Carter. Despite speculation that Prince Harry might be chosen, there were no royals on the list and Kates siblings Pippa and James Middleton were not chosen either. Just like his dad:

Prince George wore the same outfit as his father 30 years earlier (Image: Ian Vogler) Harry was also unable to attend the christening as he is in Africa where he is spending the summer, but the Queen, Prince Philip, Prince Charles and Camilla and the Middletons were all there. There were no cameras during the christening service but Mario Testino, who took William and Kates engagement photographs as well as iconic pictures of Princess Diana

, took official photographs of the royal party in Sandringham House after. He flew into Sandringham by helicopter to take the pictures which will be released later this week. Back at Sandringham House the christening guests enjoyed afternoon tea including slices of William and Kates wedding cake made by Fiona Cairns. Princess Charlottes Christening: Huge crowds gather to see Kate, William, George and CharlotteView gallery poll loadingWhat does William say?2000+ VOTES SO FARNANNY

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