Cinderella had a fairy godmother, but real-life princess Kate Middleton is a royal godmother herself!
On Sunday, Prince George and his mum attended the christening of Kate's new godchild, whose mom is reportedly a close friend of hers from college, at St. Barnabas Church in Essex. Rev. Ken Dunstan told the U.K.'s Mirror the Duchess of Cambridge "was there as a godparent not as a princess."
"I think my usual congregation were surprised at who was joining us," said Rev. Dunstan, who noted that the child had four godparents. "My main concern was that I got the tone right for the family and for the baptism."
Kate and Prince William's seven-month-old was one of "several babies present," said the reverend, and all the little ones "were very well-behaved."
Prince George was also well-behaved at his own baptism held at the Chapel Royal at St James' Palace this past October. "It's the first time he's been quiet all day," William joked of the future king, who didn't even make a fuss in that now-172-year-old Honiton lace royal christening robe worn by his father before him.
Prince George has seven godparents, including Zara Phillips; Oliver Baker, a friend of Will and Kate's from the University of St. Andrews; Emilia Jardine-Paterson, who attended Malrborough College with Kate; and William van Cutsem, a friend of William's since childhood.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Reverend Justin Welby, reminded George's parents at his christening that their heavenly task going forward is to make sure that their son knows "who this Jesus is."
They don't call him the king of kings for nothing!