Prince Phillip Warned Prince Harry Not To Marry Meghan Markle

Wednesday, 19 Jun, 2019

The image shows Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor in the arms of the Duke of Sussex with a caption reading: "Happy Father's Day!". In 2018, she was unable to attend Prince Louis's christening - so at least Archie has someone to commiserate with about this in the years to come.

The photos are the only times that Archie has been seen since he was presented to the world in St. George's Hall in Windsor Castle only days after his birth on May 6.

With many trolls comparing Meghan and Harry's decision to maintain more of their child's privacy to Prince William and Kate Middleton, the post has so far received near 35,000 comments.

Britain's Prince Harry and his wife Meghan celebrated Father's Day by sharing the first image of their son's face on Instagram.

It is the first glimpse the public has been given of Archie since his toes appeared in an Instagram post on May 12, to celebrate Mother's Day in the US.

Prince Harry's father, Prince Charles, will attend with Camilla Parker-Bowles, the Duchess of Cornwall.

It's thought that the christening will take place in the first week of July, and that St George's Chapel in Windsor is the likely location. Meghan's mother Doria Ragland is also expected to make the trip from California to see her grandson. The publication reports that Queen Elizabeth "will be absent on other duties", at the time of the christening. It is not the first Time the Queen missed the important ceremony of one of their great-grandchildren.

The gown was worn by 62 royal babies - including Harry and William, 36 - until the Queen decided it was too fragile and a replica was made.

It's another special connection to the chapel for Archie's parents, with Prince Harry baptised there aged three months in 1984, as well as his mum, Meghan, who was baptised shortly before the wedding.

The question is, now that Harry has married Meghan, and the two have a handsome baby together... has Philip's outlook changed as we've heard William's has?