Item ITN/5/5/3 - Princess Alice of Athlong at Princess Anne's baby Christening

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Princess Alice of Athlong at Princess Anne's baby Christening


  • 22 December 1977 (Creation)

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Relatives and godparents of Princess Anne's 37 day old son, Master Peter Mark Andrew Phillips, gather in the White Drawing Room at Buckingham Palace today after he had been christened by the Archbishop of Canterbury in the historic Music Room. Back row (from left): Captain Hamish Lochore (godparent), the Duke of Edinburgh, Mrs Anne Phillips (Mark's mother), Prince Charles, the Queen, Mr Peter Phillips (Mark's father), Captain Mark Phillips, the Queen Mother, Mrs Timothy Holderness-Roddam (godparent), who is better known as horse trials rider Jane Bullen, and Lady Cecil Cameron of Lochiel (godparent). In front is Princess Anne with the baby and Princess Alice, Countess of Athlone, the child's great-great-great aunt. See PA story "Christening"

Agency: Press Association

Photographer: Ron Bell

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