“Baptism Should Be Public - Or The Public Should Get Their Money Back!” Piers Morgan Comments On Archie’s Christening

Date July 2, 2019 16:36

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are under fire again. A popular commentator Piers Morgan criticized the new parents for their decision considering Archie’s upcoming christening.


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Archie’s christening is almost here!

The Sussexes finally revealed the date of Archie Harrison’s christening. It’s happening this week!


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Harry and Meghan will christen their first son on Saturday, July 6. The date marks a 2-month-old anniversary of baby Archie.


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The early reports claimed that the Sussexes would more likely christen their son on July 4, Independence Day in the US, so that Meghan’s American pals could be in attendance.


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Piers Morgan shares his opinion

One detail about Archie’s Big Day generated vivid discussions among royal watchers and social media users. It relates to Harry and Meghan’s decision to keep their son’s christening private.

Well, the news didn’t actually come as a big surprise for fans as even before the baby birth, Harry and Meghan announced they plan to raise their child as a private citizen.


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Nevertheless, some people didn’t like the idea of private christening. In particular, a popular royal correspondent and TV presenter Piers Morgan thinks that Harry and Meghan’s royal status involves public ceremony for Archie’s baptism.


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Morgan wrote on Twitter:

This baptism should be public - or the public should get their money back.

It’s hard to say for sure who is right in this situation.

We think it’s up to the parents to decide how to christen their baby. Or maybe this rule doesn’t work for royals? What’s your vision of the matter?