Archie Harrison was born on May 6, the first child of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
Since the birth of Archie, the couple have fiercely preserved their privacy, publishing only a few images and never showing their faces.
But next month, royal fans will finally have a glimpse of the Sussex family.
Express.co.uk reviews all the details of the baptism below.
While Meghan and Harry are keen to make their way out of the royal tradition since their wedding in 2018, this event will have all the pomp and ceremonies of a complete royal event.
The couple chose the St. George's chapel for baptism, the very place where they got married.
Another special link with Archie's father in the chapel: Prince Harry was baptized there at the age of three months in 1984.
Archie will be a little younger, at the age of two months, when his forehead will be sprinkled with water from the Jordan River from the Royal Lily Font.
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The service must take place in July. The exact date remains to be confirmed.
Archie will wear the Windsor traditional dress for the day, a replica of the Christening Christening gown christened by Queen Victoria for the baptism of her first child, Princess Victoria, in 1841.
The original dress was worn by 62 royal babies, including Harry and his brother William, but became too fragile for the queen to make a reply.
The ceremony should be presided over by Windsor Dean Reverend David Conner and Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby.
The Archbishop of Canterbury is clearly a Sussex lover, now with the family on more than one special occasion.
He baptized Meghan and confirmed him in the Anglican faith two months before his marriage, which he officiated.
And of course, there will be a whole series of royalties.
Prince Charles, Harry's father, and his wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, will be present.
Prince William, Harry's brother, and his wife Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, will also be present.
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It is likely that the Cambridges will bring their offspring – George, five, Charlotte, four, and Louis, one.
The event will be missed by an important person: the queen, who has previous commitments, can not attend.
The baptism of Prince Louis was also missed last year, although it was successful for George and Charlotte.
Meghan's mother, Doria Ragland, is expected to return to the UK from her hometown of California to attend.
She returned to the United States only a few weeks after moving to Harry and Meghan's place after Archie was born.
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