From the Daily Mail
"The ceremony was watched by the Queen and Prince Philip, Princess Anne and Prince Andrew, who turned down an invitation to golfer Colin Montgomerie's wedding to be at his little nephew's big day.
Prince Charles and Camilla chose not to interrupt a weekend at their Aberdeenshire retreat of Birkhall.
James became the first Royal baby to wear a hand-made christening gown commissioned by the Queen.
The gown, made by the Queen's dresser Angela Kelly and Buckingham Palace's team of dressmakers, is a replica of one of Queen Victoria's daughters' christening gowns which was worn at subsequent Royal christenings, including that of James's four-year-old sister Louise, but has now been preserved.
James is the Queen's eighth grandchild and one observer said: "His sister Lady Louise absolutely dotes on her little brother.
"She kisses him and cuddles him and is a real little mother to him. It's lovely."
Like Louise, he has five godparents, all drawn from Edward and Sophie's thoroughly sensible "court".
There is Alistair Bruce, a Scots Guard Falklands veteran who taught Sophie to windsurf more than a decade ago and became a firm friend, Duncan Bullivant, Thomas Hill, Mrs Mark Poulton and Sophie's former flatmate, American Jeanye Irwin.
There was a champagne reception to wet the baby's head afterwards."