Prince Harry and Meghan Markle release Father's Day photo of baby Archie

Father’s Day Archie Harrison Mountbatten Windsor

Father’s Day Archie Harrison Mountbatten Windsor

For the occasion, Harry and Meghan posted a black and white photo of the royal tot to their Instagram page.

Royal fans are torn over whether Archie looks more like Prince Harry or the Duchess of Sussex.

In October, Archie will be almost 5 months old.

Prince Harry celebrates Father's Day with baby Archie.

It remains unknown who Archie's godparents will be.

The start of this path lies in Archie's christening later this month.

Archie, who will be two months old, is to be baptised at St George's Chapel where his brow will be doused from the lily font with water from the River Jordan.

According to the Daily Mail, Archie's baptism will take place next month at St. George's Chapel, the same place where his mum and dad, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, got married past year.

Although, was it also planned for Harry's hairy knuckles to fake the appearance of a baby mustache on Archie? He noted that the christening will highlight a "changing royal family which reflects society as a whole in modern Britain as in the Commonwealth more closely".

Some 62 royal babies wore the gown before it was retired due to its increasing fragility in 2004.

Lady Louise Windsor, daughter of Prince Edward and Sophie, Countess of Wessex's daughter was the last to wear it.

In October 2013, when Prince George was christened and in July 2015 when Princess Charlotte was christened, both Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip were pictured at the festivities. The couple originally introduced Archie at the family's first photocall the week after his birth. Actor and good friend to the royal couple George Clooney already hilariously denied the rumors, but there's still a star-studded list to consider, like Meghan's bffs Jessica Mulroney and Serena Williams.

While the Queen might be giving the day a skip, there's expected to be a big turn out for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's baby's big day.

The Dean of Windsor, the Rev David Conner, and Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, are reportedly conducting the ceremony.

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