IN PICS: From Queen Elizabeth II to Archie Harrison: We take you through all the royal christenings

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Take a look at royal christening through the years.
Take a look at royal christening through the years.

Just recently the Sussex's took their son out to watch his dad play polo, and the photos show how beaming new mom Meghan is gracefully navigating motherhood.

And like many other royal babies, Harry and Meghan's baby boy, Archie was christened in a special ceremony on Saturday in the Private Chapel at Windsor Castle. Channel24 has a full report on the event.

Happy to share the photos, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex revealed baby Archie's official public appearance. The photos were shared in the royal couple's Instagram account along with a caption detailing just how much they enjoyed the day.

"The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are so happy to share the joy of this day with members of the public who have been incredibly supportive since the birth of their son. They thank you for your kindness in welcoming their firstborn and celebrating this special moment.

Their Royal Highnesses feel fortunate to have enjoyed this day with family and the godparents of Archie."


Also read: WATCH: Here's why Serena Williams won’t be giving Meghan Markle any parenting advice

For a delightful trip down memory lane, have a look at the most eventful royal christenings:

Prince Louis (2018)

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Princess Charlotte (2015)

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Prince George (2013)

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Prince Harry (1984)

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Also see: IN PICTURES: What Prince William and Queen Elizabeth looked like as babies

Prince William (1982)

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Prince Charles (1948)

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Queen Elizabeth II (1926)

Queen Elizabeth

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