Christenings are always a very special day. For the royal family, one part of the celebration dates back to 1841. Royal babies have donned a special outfit known as the Honiton Lace Christening gown since the original was commissioned by Queen Victoria for the baptism of her first child, Princess Victoria. It was inspired by her own wedding dress and has since been worn by 62 royal infants. Prince Edward's daughter, Lady Louise Windsor, is the last royal baby who was baptised in the original gown (her christening took place in 2004). Now, every royal born is christened in a replica that was crafted by the queen's dressmaker, Angela Kelly, so that the original historical garment could be preserved.