The dukes of Sussex celebrate Saturday the baptism of his son Archie at Windsor Castle, just outside London, with a private ceremony to be attended by close family and friends, and whose details have barely transcended.
So little information has contributed Enrique and Meghan, in line with their usual secrecy, that not even the name of the sponsors of the first-born of the couple, the seventh in the line of succession to the British crown.
The parents have designed a ceremony without the presence of the media, contrary to what the Dukes of Cambridge did with their three children, because they are determined to keep their son as a "private citizen", as explained by the media. from this country.
The baptism, therefore, aspires to be a low-profile event by royal standards of this country, which will also be present Archie's great grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II of England, who already indicated that she has other commitments today .
It is not something unprecedented in the monarch, since last year did not attend the baptism of his great-grandson Prince Louis.
Among those who will be, highlights Prince Charles and his wife Camilla; Guillermo and Catalina; and Meghan's mother, Doria Ragland; as well as a small group of close friends to the dukes of Sussex, up to a total of about 25 people.
"The sponsors, according to their wishes, will remain in private," Buckingham Palace said Thursday in a statement on the ceremony, which will be officiated by the archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby.
However, it has transcended that "they are friends of the couple" but not public figures.
At the end of the event, Archie's parents plan to share some of the christening images taken by photographer Chris Allerton.
In recent weeks, the dukes of Sussex have been criticized for keeping the ceremony away from the media after they published that they spent 2.4 million pounds (2.6 million euros) of public funds to restore Frogmore Cottage, which will be their new residence in Windsor.
The real biographer, Penny Juror, considered an "error" the decision of the couple to want to maintain the ceremony and the baptism in private after having spent millions of public money in the restoration of their new home.
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