Baby Archie's Christening Photos Reveal 'Most Gorgeous Royal Baby Ever,' According to Fans
The Royal Family has gotten used to being the center of attention, but the same can't be said for little baby Archie, who already has plenty of fans around the world.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's son still doesn't know what life has in store for him, but he already earned the title of the "most gorgeous Royal Baby ever."
This opinion has been shared by several fans, who couldn't help but storm social media to comment on Archie's official christening photos.
SHOWING OFF THE ROYAL BABY
The pictures were made public hours after the ceremony, which took place in a private chapel at Windsor Castle, in London, England.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex posted two pictures - the official portrait with some members of the family and a black-and-white one with Archie between them.
FANS GUSH OVER ARCHIE
As aforementioned, fans left plenty of positive comments, most of them praising the new royal baby as well as his parents, with wishes for God to protect them "from all the evil and envy around.
However, some people didn't agree with the last part, arguing that envy is a viable option for those who can't aspire to be one of the royals but are required to support them.
Archie already earned the title of the "most gorgeous Royal Baby ever"
QUEEN ELIZABETH DIDN'T ATTEND THE CHRISTENING
Archie was baptized by Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, but there was some noticeable figures that didn't attend the ceremony nor appeared in the official portrait.
Queen Elizabeth, along with her husband, Prince Philip, couldn't be present due to an engagement conflict with her schedule. Prince William and Kate Middleton's children were nowhere to be seen as well.
PRINCE DIANA'S SISTERS MADE A RARE APPEARANCE
Prince Charles and his wife, Camilla Parker-Bowles, gladly showed up to the ceremony, along with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
Meghan's mother, Doria Ragland, flew in from the United States just for the special occasion and posed for the royal portrait next to Princess Diana's sisters, Ladies Jane Fellowes and Sarah McCorquodale.