Prince Harry and Meghan Markle ‘set date for baby Archie’s christening’ – hours after Duchess makes surprise maternity leave appearance to attend baseball game

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have reportedly set a date for baby Archie’s christening.

According to a royal source, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s son Archie will be christened at a private ceremony at Windsor Castle.

It’s understood the ceremony will take place on Saturday, exactly two months after Archie was born on 6 May 2019.

It is hoped that images from the day will be posted on Harry and Meghan’s Instagram account.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge allowed photographers to attend christening events for their own three children, but it’s not known if this will be the case for Harry and Meghan.

The news comes just hours after the pair made a rare public appearance together at the London Stadium.

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Meghan, 37 – who is currently on maternity leave – joined her husband for a Major League Baseball match between Boston Red Sox and the New York Yankees.

The pair attended the first of a two-game series, and were presented with a Yankees shirt and a Red Sox baby outfit for their little one.

“I was very very nervous. I haven’t felt this nervous in a while but it was a great moment for the team,” Red Sox manager Alex Cora told ESPN about meeting the royals.

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“We were pleased to have them in the clubhouse.”

The new mum opted for a black Stella McCartney dress with a matching belt for the outing, and looked happy to be in the presence of her other half.

Although they didn’t bring along their little one, they did receive gifts for him from the sports teams.

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