He may have been born 39 days ago, but Horsham Uniting Church was still celebrating Prince Archie's birth on Wednesday night.
Event co-ordinator Janice Merrett said 100 people attended their royal baby celebration dinner, raising $1720 for the organisation.
"That money will go towards upkeeping the buildings, and the Uniting Church gets involved with Uniting Wimmera," she said.
In keeping with the baby theme, some attendees brought their favorite dolls as children.
Mrs Merrett said they were also encouraged to bring gifts to give to Wimmera Base Hospital's maternity ward.
"One of the reasons we like doing things tonight is that a lot of people here aren't churchgoers," she said.
"We took the gifts to the Yandilla Ward when we had one of these events after Prince George was born in 2013. The lady at the hospital was elated - it's amazing how many mothers go home from hospital with nothing. So it worked last time and we're doing it again."
In the absence of Prince Harry and Princess Meghan's first born, Thomas Amor, born three weeks ago at Wimmera Base Hospital, took pride of place in the crib.
The church also ran social events following Prince Harry and Princess Meghan's wedding, and Prince George and Princess Catherine's wedding.
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