Baby Archie’s christening details have reportedly been revealed.
Since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle welcomed baby Archie, whose full name they revealed as Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, royals fans have been desperate for news about him.
Of course, we all got a glimpse of the newborn when the Duke and Duchess presented the adorable royal to the world.
And the pair have shared a couple of sweet snaps on their Instagram account.
First they revealed the touching moment when the newest royal met The Queen and Prince Philip, alongside new grandmother Meghan’s mum Doria Ragland.
Then, when the little one was only a week and a half old, California-born Meghan celebrated American Mother’s Day with her new son and uploaded a sweet picture showing her holding baby Archie’s feet.
And during the past weekend royal fans got another glimpse of the tot when the pair revealed an adorable snap of Archie holding Prince Harry’s hand in celebration of Father’s Day.
But now it looks like we might finally get our first sighting of the trio out as a family, as details of Archie’s christening have been revealed.
According to the Express, the new parents have chosen St George’s Chapel in Windsor for their son’s christening.
The chapel has a special significance for the Duke and Duchess, as it is the same place where the couple tied the knot last May.
It is also the same chapel where Prince Harry was baptised at three-months-old, back in 1984.
The Christening is set to take place in July, but an exact date has not been confirmed yet.
Archie is expected to wear the traditional Windsor garment for his big day, following in the footsteps of older cousins Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
If the little one is christened in July as expected, it will be exactly a year after the last big royal christening, which was Prince Louis back in July.
While we’re not certain on any other details, including who the rumoured godparents would be, one thing is for sure – we can’t wait for our first glimpse of little Archie out and about!