Princess Charlotte will make second public appearance at her Christening next month
The royal family will make their first appearance as a foursome next month.
Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana will be christened on Sunday, July 5 at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham by the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby.
Kensington Palace confirmed today that the one-month-old princess will be christened next month, near the family's Norfolk estate, Amner Hall.
It will be the first time that Prince William, Kate Middleton, Prince George (23 months) and the newborn royal will be pictured together since Charlotte's birth.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are fiercely protective of their children's privacy and they will only be photographed at a handful of official engagements.
Meanwhile, Kate was spotted last week on a playdate with her toddler son at London's Holland Park.
The two were playing just like any other mother/son duo with the 33-year-old mother-of-two chasing her son playing a game of monster.
"It looked like she was pretending to be a monster, flailing her arms about and chasing him," an onlooker told People magazine.
"She was play-acting just like all mums do and he was running around loving it – he looked very happy. They had matching waxed-green coats on, similar to a Regatta [brand], and dark jeans with boots. They both looked matching."
"He looked like such a happy lad, being chased by his mom and enjoying the swings, slides, roundabouts – they were going on everything. They looked just like any other mom and toddler. "