In this Monday, July 9, 2018, photo provided by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, holds Prince Louis in an official photograph to mark the christening of Prince Louis following his baptism, in London.
The official portraits of the family are incredibly cute but the image that has captured our hearts is the sneaky extra the palace says we were never meant to see.
WITH so many high-profile royals crammed into Prince Louis' official christening portraits, it would have been easy to miss a tiny - but heartwarming - sibling moment.
The photo offers one of the closest looks at the little prince since his arrival in April.
After the christening of Lady Louise Windsor in 2004, the original gown was deemed too fragile, and in 2008, Queen Elizabeth II's dresser, Angela Kelly, and Buckingham Palace's team of dressmakers created a new garment for future royal christenings.
In the image, Prince Louis can be seen donning a huge grin, whilst in the arms of his mum, Duchess Catherine.
"Everyone was so relaxed and in such good spirits, it was an absolute pleasure", Mr Holyoak said.
The world can't stop gushing over Prince Louis' official christening photos.
The Cambridges photographed for the first time as a family of five! In the image taken by photographer Matt Porteous, the young prince's face is illuminated by a smile, mirroring his mother's.
The royal family are then joined by Kate's family for another snap, which includes her pregnant sister Pippa.