Kate Middleton and Prince William have confirmed Prince Louis will be christened on Monday, July 9.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge announced the news via Kensington Palace Wednesday morning, confirming the service would take place at The Chapel Royal at St James’s Palace, London.
The ceremony will be conducted by Justin Welby, The Archbishop of Canterbury and will begin at 4 p.m.
The Palace’s official Twitter page posted:
The Duchess gave birth to her youngest child, Louis, on April 23 at St. Mary’s Hospital.
Prince George, 4, and Princess Charlotte, 3, were also born at the Lindo Wing, as was Prince Harry, 33, the Duke of Cambridge’s brother.
The royal baby’s arrival now means that Harry drops to sixth place in succession to the throne.
The christening news comes after the Palace released the first official photos of baby Louis last month, with one of them showing Princess Charlotte giving him a kiss on the forehead at her third birthday party on May 2.
Kensington Palace will release more details on Louis’ special day on July 9.