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Prince George charms crowd as Royals arrive for christening

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with Prince George and Princess Charlotte as they arrive at the Church of St Mary Magdalene in Sandringham Credit: Chris Jackson/PA Wire

Prince George has charmed the public once again after waving and smiling to the waiting crowds who had gathered outside the church where his sister is due to be christened this afternoon.

The toddler, who is nearly two, held his father Prince William's hand as the Royal family made their way up the path to the Church of St Mary Magdalene in Sandringham where Princess Charlotte will be christened.

Prince George was dressed in red shorts and a white shirt with red embroidery for the princess' christening while the nine week-old guest of honour was dressed in an elaborate cream lace and satin royal christening gown.

Prince George arrives with his mum and dad for sister Charlotte's christening Credit: Pool
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First glimpse of princess as she arrives for christening

Princess Charlotte Credit: Pool

The waiting crowds have had their first glimpse of the new baby princess as she arrived for her official christening today.

Princess Charlotte was pushed to the ceremony in a vintage pram, previously used by the Queen for two of her own children.

The Millson pram was pushed by the Duchess of Cambridge while nine week-old Charlotte's father Prince William and brother George walked alongside.

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Police concerns for missing woman

Mary Davis is 83 Credit: Thames Valley Police

Thames Valley Police is appealing for the public’s help in tracing a missing woman from Oxfordshire.

Mary Davis, aged 83, went missing from her home in Church Lane, Shilton, near Carterton, at around 2.30pm on Saturday

Mary is believed to be travelling on foot and is known to frequent the Oxford and Carterton areas.

Mary is 5ft 4ins, of slight build and with short faded light brown hair which is greying. She has hazel eyes, wears glasses, and her clothing is not known for certain, but she often wears pink cropped trousers.

“We are appealing for anyone with any information about Mary’s whereabouts to please contact police.

“We are extremely concerned for her welfare and need to locate her as soon as possible. We would like to trace her to ensure she is safe.

“If you have seen Mary, or anyone matching her description, please contact police as soon as possible on the non-emergency number 101.”

– Insp Lewis Prescott-Mayling
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