The official baptism photo 's of Prince Louis were taken by the Royal family

Kensington Palace has released four official photos to mark the baptism with Prince Louis.

Photographed by famous celebrity photographer Matt Holyoak, who also presents the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh at their 70-year wedding celebration. The snapshots show the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with all their children for the first time.

A larger group shot the royal baby next to his closest relatives, including the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Pippa Middleton and James Matthews, the Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall and Carole and Michael Middleton.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis posed for an official portrait after the baptism of Prince Louis, in the morning room at Clarence House in St. James's Palace on July 9, 2018. (Matt Holyoak / Press the camera)

Most photos were taken on July 9 in the morning room of Clarence House, shortly after the ceremony at Chapel Royal, St. James's Palace, where Prince Louis was baptized by the Archbishop of Canterbury.

The Duchess of Cambridge holds Prince Louis in her arms on the grounds of Clarence House (Matt Holyoak / Press the camera)

A photograph shows the Duchess of Cambridge in the garden of Clarence House, while she weighs Prince Louis in her arms with a traditional white christening gown.

Although neither the Queen nor Prince Philip discovered baptism because of a "mutual agreement" With the Cambridges, which are not considered to be relevant to health, smart royal fans have discovered the portrait of the Queen who is in the background of the group picture.

(Mat Holyoak / Press the camera)

The portrait of Her Majesty hangs next to an Irish playwright, George Bernard Shaw.

Holyoak is one of the most wanted portrait photographers in the world. He has worked with a variety of famous faces, including Jennifer Lawrence, Gary Oldman and Jude Law, and has photo 's made for a number of leading fashion magazines. Harper & # 39; s Bazaar and Dazed and confused ,

Some of his photo's have also been acquired by The National Portrait Gallery – where the Duchess of Cambridge is a pattern – to be part of her permanent collection.

"I was really honored when I was asked to take official photos at the baptism of Prince Louis and to experience such a joyful event from first hand," he said.

"Everyone was so relaxed and in such a good mood, it was an absolute pleasure.

"I just hope that I have captured some of these pleasures on my photos."