William and Kate beamed with pride today as their son was christened at the Chapel Royal in St. James's Place. USA Today reports that Prince George Louis Alexander was baptized by Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby in a private ceremony attended by his parents, uncles, aunt, grandparents, great-grandparents and close family friends. His seven godparents were also on-hand to witness his baptism into the Church of England. Little George also wore a traditional gown made of lace and satin, and designed to look like a replica of a gown worn by Queen Victoria's daughter in 1841, reports CNN. READ: Was Prince Harry's GF Snubbed By The Royal Family? Following the ceremony, a party was held at the Clarence House, the residence of Prince Charles. Guests partook in tea and "christening cake," as well as a slice of Will and Kate's preserved wedding cake. A photo of the Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles, Prince William and Prince George is expected to be released later today — the first picture of its kind (featuring a queen and three heirs) since 1894. For now, however, take a look at William, Kate and George at the future king's christening.