Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Are Being Criticized for Archie's Private Christening
Archie, the son of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, is likely to be christened at St George's Chapel in Windsor Palace. The couple has decided to hold a private christening and the public is not happy about it
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been the subject of news as a couple soon after their affair got public. The new bride Meghan Markle was received with open arms by the royal family and the public alike. The couple was blessed with their first child Archie after eleven months of their fairytale wedding at St. George Chapel in May 2018. This marriage broke many old traditions and customs of the royal family and was hence taken as a step towards modernizing the monarchy. Welcoming a biracial divorcee to the British royal household was a rarity and taken with applaud by the public.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle decided to do things their way. They soon separated from Kensington Palace and separated their office as well. They moved to the Frogmore Cottage just sometime before the birth of their son Archie. They did not make the birth announcement the traditional way and decided to keep the things private. This was very unlike the monarchy but their wishes were respected. The pictures of the baby were released sometime later when the couple took him to visit his great grandmother Queen Elizabeth.
Other than the first pictures and a post on Father’s Day where Archie’s face is half covered, the royal baby has not been shown to the public. It was expected that the media will be invited to Archie’s christening just like Prince William and Kate Middleton did for their three children. Archie’s parents Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have decided to go for a private christening. The media will not be invited and pictures will be shared later. Archie is likely to be christened at St. George's chapel(the same place where Harry and Meghan got married.) Their decision is not being appreciated by the public as people want to be a part of this event.