With reports coming out that Archie will be christened in early July the palace however are yet to confirm these rumours.
Sources say that Archie will most likely attend St. George’s Chapel in Windsor given the close proximity to Frogmore Cottage, the Sussexes’ home.
The chapel being the same that Harry and Meghan said I-do in May of 2018.
According to The Sunday Times, The Queen will not be attending due to a prior commitment. In the past Her Majesty attending both Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s christenings in 2013 and 2015 but notably missed Prince Louis’ last year.
Prince Harry’s first born is expected to wear the iconic gown like his cousins donned, the Honiton lace and silk-satin gown that has been in the family since 2004.
The original gown created in 1841 was worn by over 60 royal babies, the Queen was even christened in the frock.
But 15years ago the Queen instructed her dresser Angela Kelly to make a replica as the original gown was too delicate.
Washed in spring water and stored in darkness until each christening everyone can’t wait for Archie’s big day.