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Will Kate Middleton still wear an Alexander McQueen dress for Prince Louis' christening. Pictured: Prince George, Prince William and Middleton leave the Church of St Mary Magdalene on the Sandringham Estate for the Christening of Princess Charlotte of Cambridge on July 5, 2015 in King's Lynn, England. Getty Images/Matt Dunham

Kate Middleton has been wearing the same brand for her children's christening. Will she choose the same for Prince Louis' baptism?

According to Francesca Specter, a journalist for Daily Express, the Duchess of Cambridge wore exactly the same designers for Prince George and Princess Charlotte's christenings. Middleton opted to wear an Alexander McQueen dress on both occasions.

For Prince George's christening, Prince William's wife opted for a white dress with ruffle detail. For Princess Charlotte's baptism, Middleton opted for an outfit with a fitted bodice and wide lapels that flattered her figure. The duchess wore a similar combination of milliner, dress designer and shoe designer for both events.

Many believe that Middleton will wear something cool and light to Prince Louis' christening due to the current heat wave that is expected to continue next week. On the other hand, Prince Louis is expected to wear the same christening gown that his older siblings wore.

Prince Louis' christening is on July 9 at The Chapel Royal, St. James's Palace, London. It's the same venue where Meghan Markle was baptized. The royal couple also chose The Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Reverend Justin Welby to conduct the service. Welby also officiated the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's royal wedding in May.

For the said event, Prince William and Middleton are expected to use a lavish item that costs $14,965. Lily Font has been a staple in every royal christening. It is deemed expensive as the 21-pound font is gilded with silver and needs utmost care to keep it from being damaged.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will reportedly make a compromise on that day. They will share photos from the event but will still make the occasion a private affair.

"Judging by the previous christenings, and the importance of the day for the family, Louis’ christening will be a private affair, perhaps no surprise there," James Brookes said. "These photos, and the images of the family arriving, will be seen as a compromise by the Cambridges. They give the photographers something to work with and then they expect a bit of privacy for the rest of the day."