Prince William performed an impromptu rendition of Living On A Prayer with Jon Bon Jovi and pop star Taylor Swift.
The Duke of Cambridge has vowed to take Prince George to watch his beloved football team, Aston Villa, at Villa Park in the future.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have released four official photographs from Prince George’s christening
In the video address, Prince William, who is President of the FA, added that he is looking forward to watching the team he supports, Aston Villa, with his son George in the future.
Creators of hit US comedy Family Guy have spoofed the royal christening by replacing Prince George with psychopathic baby Stewie in a newly released picture.
Stewie, who speaks with a British accent, appears with the royal family in his his latest plan for world domination which has seen him invent weapons of mass destruction and try to murder his own mother.
The picture also features heavy-drinking talking dog Brian, who is taking an interest in the corgis and with a pint in one paw.
The DVD of the 12th series features a story called Chap Of The Manor in which Peter Griffin's British alter-ego, Neville, discovers he is related to the Queen.
It sees the family swap their couch for a sofa, tune in to Wheel Of Politeness on the TV and start drinking in a pub rather than their usual bar, The Drunken Clam.
Former Royal photographer Ian Pelham-Turner, who took the first official photographs of Prince William, says many things have changed since then.
The time afforded for photographs has roughly halved from seven minutes to just four, and the photographer is now allowed to address his Royal subjects directly:
He also told Daybreak that he had been expecting to see a photograph of the Queen holding Prince George, mirroring a family portrait of Queen Victoria with her three male heirs.
The Duke and Duchess chose renowned celebrity portrait photographer Jason Bell to take the official pictures to mark the christening at the Chapel Royal at St James's Palace.
Bell is renowned for his images of Hollywood stars and rock and pop legends like Sir Paul McCartney, actress Scarlett Johansson and former England footballer David Beckham.
An official photograph from Prince George's christening captures four generations of the British monarchy.
The Queen is seen with the three future monarchs, her son Prince Charles, her grandson William and her great-grandson George.
The Duchess of Cambridge has said that Prince George was "a good boy" at his christening yesterday.
"He was such a good boy actually, we’re very lucky - he’s not always like that", she said.
Kate spoke after leaving her three-month-old son "fast asleep" to attend a100 Women in Hedge Funds dinner in aid of the charity Action on Addiction.
The Queen was in buoyant mood after Prince George's christening, telling guests at a Buckingham Palace reception how much she had enjoyed the event.
She greeted the Bishop of London The Right Reverend Richard Chartres - who had been at the St James's Palace service earlier today - with a warm smile.
The Queen, wearing a metallic blue and taupe dress with matching jacket by Angela Kelly, gave a gesture of mock surprise as she told him: "I haven't seen you for such a long time."
Discussing the christening, she added: "It was very nice though, wasn't it?"
The Bishop also spoke to the Duke of Edinburgh about George's behaviour during his special day, commenting: "Ah, he behaved!"
He was one of the guests at the reception for The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust, of which he is patron.
Others in attendance included former Prime Minister Sir John Major, who is chairman of the board of trustees, and Secretary of State for International Development Justine Greening.
The Cabinet's christening gift to Prince George is a hand-crafted pine toy box made by Hibba Toys UK of Leeds.
– Prime Minister David Cameron's official spokesman
I think it was suggested as an appropriate gift by the Palace. Every member of the Cabinet is contributing.
Ministers are also making a charitable donation to the Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry.