In this week's edition of New Idea Royals, Frances and Angela discuss the major choices Prince William and Kate Middleton chose to make for their youngest child, including why they decided to perform the ceremony at the Chapel Royal.
Traditionally, royal christenings usually occur in Buckingham Palace, but for Prince Louis the royal parents chose St James's Palace in London.
Angela points out that the Chapel Royal has a very special meaning for the Cambridges.
Kate Middleton was confirmed there before she wed Prince William in 2011, and following her death, Princess Diana's coffin laid in the church a week before her funeral.
The royal podcast also delves into the real reason Queen Elizabeth was a no-show.
Despite many believing there was a sinister reason behind Her Majesty's absence, Angela jokes it was merely a case of 'third child syndrome.'
More so, England is currently in the middle of a heatwave, as well as the 92-year-old monarch having a week filled with major royal events - including the 100th anniversary of the Royal Air Force and a historical meeting with US President Donald Trump.
The Queen and husband Prince Philip chose skip the event on July 9th, revealing they were 'taking it easy.'
To hear more about what happened at the royal christening - including Charlotte's sassy quip to photographers and the meaning behind Meghan's khaki dress - listen to the latest episode of New Idea Royals.