Harry and Meghan have released two photos to mark little Archie’s christening, which was held on Saturday in private at Windsor Castle.
The small gathering was attended by 30 guests, including Meghan’s mother Doria Ragland, who flew in from Los Angeles to be there.
But as always Harry’s own late mother Princess Diana was also there in thought.
The second of the photos is a family portrait, which sees the Harry, Meghan, and Archie joined by proud grandparents the Charles and his wife Camilla.
There were also subtle tributes to Harry and William’s late mother Princess Diana, as they were joined in their portrait by her sisters Lady Jane Fellowes and Lady Sarah McCorquodale.
Prince Harry’s brother William and sister-in-law Kate were also there, sitting to the right of their nephew.
Archie was dressed in the traditional Honiton christening gown, a replica of the baptism garment first worn by Queen Victoria’s eldest daughter, also named Victoria, back in 1841.
It’s thought that the original became too fragile and the Queen asked her personal dresser Angela Kelly to make a replica.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s three children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis have all worn the outfit.
Meghan's hidden tribute to Diana on Mother's Day
It’s not the first time the royal couple have honoured Harry’s late mother with a subtle tribute.
In her first Mother’s Day post, Meghan made a hidden tribute to Diana, sharing a candid image on the @SussexRoyal Instagram account, of her holding her baby boy in her arms, wrapped in a shawl, showing just his feet and her hands holding them.
Believed to have been taken within the grounds of their new home Frogmore Cottage in Windsor, it also features Princess Diana’s favourite forget-me-nots flowers in the background.
Meghan’s bridal bouquet for her wedding last May also included the same flowers, in another sweet tribute to Harry’s late mother.
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