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THE BAPTISMAL GOWN OF EMPEROR CHARLES I OF AUSTRIA:

In 1923 Empress Zita presented a Madeiran family with the royal children’s trousseau that included the white baptismal gown and headband that had been worn by the Emperor and her seven children at their christenings.

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Empress Sissi’s christening gown displayed by the Empress’ great great granddaugther, Magdalena von Habsburg.

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In this photo we can see a dress of the baptisms of the Royal Family of Bulgaria.
The baptism of Prince Boris in 1997.

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The baptism of Prince Henri (born 1933), the son of the Count and Countess of Paris
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An article about the christening dress of the Swedish royal family:

https://www.expressen.se/nyheter/kun...s-dopklanning/

How the queen's seamstress created a royal christening gown with tea:

https://www.hellomagazine.com/cuisin...ueen-with-tea/
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There is an important difference between catholic/ protestant and orthodox christening.
In the first two dogmes the baby receives the onction and they just wet a little his head. He has his gown during the whole ceremony.
In orthodox baptism the baby has a full immersion into the water so they undress it totally. After this they dress it again and they but ti the baby completely new clothes offered by the Godfather/ Godmother. These clothes are normal outfits, small pants, blouse, tie, luttel dress and coatsn full ones. Nothing to do with the christening down with long skirt worn by both boys and girls.
This is a very important point. So I don't really see how the orthodox royal families could use an historical gown already used, as it has to be completely new. Maybe the Orthodox Royal families being influenced by the other RF they amended this point or the Godfather still offers new clothes bur looking like a christening gown.

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In the Prussian royal family it is tradition for babies to wear the dress that Kaiser Wilhelm II wore for his christening for their christening.

https://www.alamy.com/ak-taufe-von-p...e61495240.html

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https://www.bunte.de/royals/royals-w...s-prinzen.html

https://www.burg-hohenzollern.com/na...a-getauft.html
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Information about the Italian royal dress:

The royal dress for christenings of the Italian Royal Family has been used at least since the christening of King Victor Emmanuel III. It was also worn by Victoria of Savoia at her christening in 2004.
The information is from the website of "Hola".

https://www.hola.com/realeza/2004053...autizo/saboya/
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