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Charlotte, who was born on May 2, will be christened on July 5 by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby at St Mary Magdalene Church, Sandringham.
The four new Viking Longships are Viking Odin and Viking Idun, christened in the Netherlands, and Viking Njord and Viking Freya, christened in Germany.
Apparently hoping to tweak the foundation and spark more debate about Christen's salary, someone duplicated the group's letterhead, along with Christen's signature, and mailed the authentic-looking package to journalists.
Smoking ranks as a risk factor because it reduces concentrations of these antioxidants and impairs circulation, Christen says.
LEADING Black Country law firm George Green LLP has expanded its real estate team with the appointment of experienced practitioner Christen Mulingani.
STAR couple Catherine Zeta Jones and Michael Douglas are to christen their two children in Wales next month.
"The attrition rate meant that there were service slots opening up over time," says Pat Christen, executive director of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation.
Christen of the Harvard Medical School in Boston, who led one of the investigations.
Christen Mizell will transfer to Chicago from New York to take on trade credit and political risk underwriting responsibility for the Midwestern states.
"We can christen for free all children, but also provide anything a christening ceremony needs".