Prepare yourself. No really, do. Kensington Palace has released the official portraits taken after Prince George’s christening. And they are perfect. Truly perfect.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge baptized their son at St. James's Palace in London, England on October 23, and the portraits were released the very next day. People has a number of photos from the session.

In one, Prince William holds his newly-christened son, joined by both his father, Prince Charles, and his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth. Other photos show the entire extended family, including Prince Philip, Camilla, Prince Harry, Pippa Middleton, her brother, James and both of Kate’s parents.

To see the photos, click here!

Our favorite photo of all, though, has to be the Kate, William, and George’s adorable family portrait. The Duchess looks flawlessly elegant in her ivory outfit and matching fascinator, and she’s clearly beaming with joy. Will’s grin is slightly more subdued, but he cuts a charming figure in a navy suit and light blue tie.

Then there’s little George. The 3-month-old royal heir has his arms raised to the sky — a move that brings to mind Leonardo DiCaprio standing on a bow of a ship and shouting, “I’m the king of the world!”

Because you know what? Little George pretty much is.

Source: People

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