Kate Middleton
Britain's Prince William and his wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, appear with their baby daughter outside the Lindo Wing of St Mary's Hospital, in London, Britain May 2, 2015. The Duchess of Cambridge, gave birth to a girl on Saturday, the couple's second child and a sister to one-year-old Prince George.Reuters

Kate Middleton has been very busy of late. After Princess Charlotte's birth, the Duchess of Cambridge has been on her toes, juggling between her royal duties and managing the new born and her two-year-old Prince George.

Latest reports suggest that the mother of two is now preoccupied with preparations for Princess Charlotte's christening. Apparently, the Duchess wants it to be a low-key event and has taken complete charge of the arrangements.

According to Celeb Dirty Laundry (via Daily Mail), Kate Middleton wants it to be like Prince George's christening in 2013. From gown to location to guestlist, everything is likely to be similar.

In fact, the Archbishop of Canterbury, who conducted Prince George's christening ceremony, will be doing it for Princess Charlotte as well.

The report further states that Kate and Prince Williams will be ignoring some of the senior royals as they want it to be a small family affair with just 20 VIP guests in attendance.

"While the service inside the church will be private, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be pleased to welcome well-wishers into the paddock outside the church. The Duke and Duchess are hugely grateful for the warm wishes they have received since Princess Charlotte's birth – many of them from local people in Norfolk – and are delighted the paddock can be opened on the day of the christening," a spokesman for the royal family told the website.

Well, it looks like Kate Middleton and Prince Williams have got all in control for Princess Charlotte's christening.