Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana may have gotten christened this weekend, but it was her big brother Prince George that really stole the show. The tiny toddler was photographed after the ceremony, which took place at Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham, England, talking with other members of the family -- and pitching a royal fit. But that's not what's got everyone buzzing.

The Mirror was able to capture a short video of Prince George, Princess Charlotte and their parents, Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton, heading home from the church. In the clip George is shown walking hand-in-hand with Prince William. The tiny tot turns for a moment to ensure that the Queen, his great grandmother, is still following behind. His father assures him she's coming and they're all going back to her home, simultainiously revealing George's adorable nickname for her -- "nanny."

"You coming, they're all coming, we can go back to nanny's," William says.

In celebration of the special occasion, Prince William and the Duchess dressed Prince George in an outfit nearly identical to the one William wore to meet his brother, Prince Harry, for the first time. George was seen wearing a white button-down top with red stitching details, matching red shorts and black shoes. The outfit, which was designed by Rachel Riley, sold out within 24 hours of the christening, according to Hello Magazine.

He wasn't the only one dressed to the nines. Princess Charlotte, who could barely be seen from the vintage pram she was being pushed in, was also wearing her Sunday's best. The infant wore a custom designed lace garment. The gorgeous gown was an exact replica of the one worn by Queen Victoria's firstborn daughter in 1841. Royal dressmaker Angela Kelly was tasked with recreateing the dress 10 years ago. It took Kelly nearly one month to make and has been worn by four other royals before Princess Charlotte.