It's A No-Show! Meghan & Prince Harry Will Keep Archie's Christening "Private" With 25 Guests Only

July 1, 2019

While the British royals are more of public figures, the Sussex family seems to deny that claim. Meghan Markle and her husband, Prince Harry, are hell-bent on maintaining a private lifestyle. It's not easy for people to digest this measure.

Previously, a royal correspondent, Roya Nikkhah had revealed the couple's plan to raise Archie as a "private citizen" of UK. His major moments will not be shared with the world like the Cambridge heirs. To further this scheme, Meghan and Harry have mapped out a tree planting campaign. It will ensure no one peeks at their peaceful Frogmore Cottage.

Archie's christening will be intimate

According to the Sun News, the royal fans won't be blessed with Archie Harrison’s glimpse at his christening on July 4. His protective parents have reportedly 'demanded a private baptism'. The taxpayers have funded the couple's $50 million grand nuptials and the $3.2 million revamp of Frogmore cottage. But still, they'll be kept off the ceremony.

The media-free event will be held at the Queen's private chapel inside Windsor Castle. As published in Daily Mail, only 25 close ones will make it to the guest-list. The photos will either be released on the Sussex family Instagram account or on royal channels.

People are disappointed

After coming under fire for spending so much on their house renovations, shouldn't they be more open to their well-wishers? Well, it's every parent's right to exclude anything that might be toxic to their child. Share this and let us know what you think.