Kate and Prince William are reportedly hosting an informal gathering over tea, cake and cucumber sandwiches at their London home before the royal baby's christening on Wednesday afternoon.
The tea par-tay is being held to allow friends and family who haven't been invited to the formal ceremony at St James's Palace to share the special day. Bless.
The christening of the year is set to take place at the Chapel Royal, St James's Palace on Wednesday at 3pm, with the 45-minute service conducted by the Archbishop of Canterbury in front of 60 guests.
It will also be the first time a royal baptism is held in a place other than the Buckingham Palace. How very exciting! Expected guests include Kate and Wills' uni pals and the Duke's fellow RAF Search and Rescue team members.