"A Royal Baby" Kensington Palace showcases for the first time the Christening Robe of George IV
Kensington Palace has been home to many generations of royal children. During the 1690’s William III nephews enjoyed playing in the palace gardens.
From 1729 George II and Queen Caroline lived in the Palace with their children.
In 1819 the month old Princess Victoria was christened in the King’s State Apartments, she grew up here until she become Queen in 1837
This magnificent silk satin baby robe was worn by the future George IV and it is displayed here for the first time.
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