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Royal Christening Gowns

A royal christening gown is an item of baptismal clothing used by a royal family at family christenings. Among those presently using such a gown are the royal families of the United Kingdom, Denmark, the Netherlands, Spain, and Sweden. In most of these families, the tradition goes back over a century: as of 2019, the Swedish gown has been in service for 113 years, the Dutch gown for 139 years, and the Danish gown for 149 years; the current British gown (a replica of the one used for 163 years) has been in use since 2008. The Spanish gown has been in use for 81 years.

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The christening gown of Prince Victor Emmanuel of Italy in 1937
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I want to know information about the baptism dresses of royal families in Belgium, Luxembourg, Italy, Greece, Serbia, Bulgaria and Romania.

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The christening gown of Prince Victor Emmanuel of Italy in 1937
Is the dress the same as Princess Victoria of Savoy's christening?

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There are also differences in presentation gowns and christening gowns.

Presentation of the current Princess of Orange - gown 1: https://www.koninklijkhuis.nl/binari...e/geboorte.jpg

Official picture with the current Princess of Orange - gown 2:
https://kleineroyals.files.wordpress...2fa028-jpg.jpg

Christening of the current Princess of Orange - gown 3: https://www.koninklijkhuis.nl/binari...orte/doop.jpeg
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There are also differences in presentation gowns and christening gowns.

Presentation of the current Princess of Orange - gown 1: https://www.koninklijkhuis.nl/binari...e/geboorte.jpg

Official picture with the current Princess of Orange - gown 2:
https://kleineroyals.files.wordpress...2fa028-jpg.jpg

Christening of the current Princess of Orange - gown 3: https://www.koninklijkhuis.nl/binari...orte/doop.jpeg


What’s the difference between a presentation and a christening? I know what a christening is, but what’s a presentation?
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What’s the difference between a presentation and a christening? I know what a christening is, but what’s a presentation?
The first 'presentation' - which took place for each of the three princesses - was on the day of birth (or the day after); so the then crown prince introduced his first/second/third daughter to the world almost as soon as they were born.

The second picture is an official picture that was released a little while later (again in a big white baby gown); and the third is the actual christening. All are similar type gowns but for different occasions.

The 'introduction' in such a gown seems to be a Dutch tradition, see for example this picture of prince Claus with his eldest son prince Willem-Alexander; the official photograph and his christening.

And the generation before that: introduction (scroll down to final picture), official photo vs christening.
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Princess Juliana of The Netherlands wore the Dutch royal christening gown in 1909.
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