Red Sox, Yankees enjoy pregame royal visit

Tuesday, 02 Jul, 2019

From the royal family, Archie's grandfather Prince Charles is expected to attended with Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, as are the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

The christening of Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor will be a small, private event with fewer than 25 friends and family members in attendance, the source said.

Royal biographer, Penny Junor, told the Sunday Times that the choice to have the christening private is "a mistake".

Juror also added it would be a good "quid pro quo" for the pair to show Archie off to the public, given taxpayers have paid nearly £3 million (AU$5.5m) for Harry and Meghan's house.

She said, "Well, speculation is mounting that it is going to be July 4, which, of course, would be wonderful to celebrate Independence Day in America as well as baby Archie's big day in Windsor". For one, Prince Harry and Markle Wednesday at the larger St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle in May 2018.

The public got another glimpse of the royal tot on Father's Day, when the couple released a sepia-toned snap of Harry holding Archie in his arms. The date of the christening also marks exactly two months since Archie was born on May 6. So much so that the new updates to her engagement ring make it look a lot like her old one.

Another opined: "Perhaps the first two didn't say enough lovely things about taxpayers' refurbishment of their new pad", referencing the $3 million renovations to Frogmore Cottage.

Meghan Markle was touched by Prince Harry's thoughtful present.

Meghan Markle took Prince Harry out to the ball game for the first-ever regular season Major League Baseball game in London.

According to royal correspondent Omid Scobie, there was a story behind Markle's eternity ring that many believed was Prince Harry's push present to his wife.

The Yankees won both games - the first regular season fixtures held in England - 17-13 and 12-8. Betts, who was in the United Kingdom for the Red Sox's two-game series against the Yankees at London Stadium, was interviewed in a Boston Globe story past year in which amateur genealogist and Burlington resident Jim McNiff revealed that there are two links between Betts' and Markle's family trees.