According to reports, the couple have only invited 25 family and friends to the special occasion, which and the Queen won't even be in attendance, because she reportedly has other commitments on the day.
In 2015, royal fans were invited into the grounds of Sandringham Estate for Princess Charlotte's christening.
And now Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are reportedly planning to have a private "media-free" christening for their one-month-old son next weekend. Both the Queen and her husband, Prince Philip, were absent for Prince Louis' christening past year.
The christening is believed to take place on July 6 at Windsor Chapel, where Meghan and Harry also tied the knot but at this point, the date is yet to be made official by the Palace.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry appear to still be struggling with staff retention. Many noticed that Markle sported a new ring for the said event.
If they do, Meghan and Harry will forgo another royal tradition concerning baby Archie.
The decision to hold a private ceremony comes after it emerged £2.4 million of taxpayers' money had been spent renovating the couple's residence Frogmore Cottage.
"Harry said they had a sleepless night".
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The Duchess looked as stylish as always wearing a simple black Stella McCartney dress with a keyhole detail belt showing off her already slimming waist.
Harry and Meghan enjoyed one of their joint engagement after becoming parents for the first time by helping to mark a moment in history by attending the first Major League Baseball (MLB) game played in Europe.
Prince Harry and Meghan's day at the ballpark also included a reception with former United Kingdom and US Invictus competitors as Harry's Invictus Games Foundation is the charity partner for the MLB London Series.
Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, and his wife Meghan, Duchess of Sussex are presented with gifts for their son Archie, as they meet New York Yankees players before their match against the Boston Red Sox at the London Stadium, June 29, 2019.
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Astrid Fuchs of the Whale and Dolphin Conservation (WDC) said in December that Japan's decision was "devastating news" for whales. Director of marine conservation at the International Fund for Animal Welfare , Patrick Ramage, that the trade will soon die out.