Kensington Palace has released more details of the plans for Prince George's christening, which will take place in a 45-minute ceremony on October 23.
The three-month-old son of Prince William and his wife, Kate Middleton, will be christened at 3 p.m. on that day in the chapel in St. James Palace.
The Archbishop of Canterbury will conduct the service, which will be attended by HRH Queen Elizabeth II along with her husband, Prince Philip.
Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, William's brother, Prince Harry, and Kate's family, Carole, Michael, James and Pippa Middleton, will also be there.
It is believed the 31-year-old new father has chosen the Chapel Royal for his son's intimate service in a tribute to his late mother, Princess Diana.
It's where her coffin lay for a week before her burial in August 1997.
It's not the first time Prince William and Kate Middleton have paid tribute to his beloved mom, whose 18-carat engagement ring he used to propose.
When the couple married in April 2011, they exchanged vows in Westminster Abbey, where Diana's funeral service had been held 14 years earlier.
In July, when the new parents left the hospital, Kate wore a polka dot dress similar to the one Diana wore when she left the hospital with William.
While Kensington Palace didn't state who Prince George's godparents will be, three of the six have already been revealed - old friends of the couple.
With three siblings between them, they would be the favorites for the other three spots. As for one other added bonus to look forward to next week?
Formal photos will be taken after the service and a historic picture will be released featuring the Queen with the three heirs to the British throne:
Prince Charles, Prince William and little Prince George.