I would love to have had the chance to make the christening robe for Prince George.
It was a replica of the gown worn by Queen Victoria's eldest daughter in 1841.
It has been used for generation after generation of royal infants including the Queen's father King George VI, the Queen, the Prince of Wales, the Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry, with Lady Louise Windsor being the last royal baby to wear the delicate ensemble in 2004.
But after years of wear, the original gown is now too fragile to use, so the Queen commissioned a replica in 2008, and the Earl and Countess of Wessex's son Viscount Severn became the first royal baby to wear the new robe at his christening in April of that year.
The replica robe made by the Queens dresser is such a lovely colour that Kate has matched it with her outfit, by Alexander McQueen.
The whole ensemble seems to co ordinate perfectly, maybe Angela Kelly had a hand in it all. Pippa wore a cream coat by Suzannah Crab and Carole wore another Catherine Walker and I am going to guess that Camilla's hat is a Philip Treacy again! The cream and the blues of everybody work so wonderfully well that I feel it must have been orchestrated to create the perfect photo. I love the fall of Kate's frill complimenting Prince George's robe.