The Duke and Duchess of Sussex could "buck tradition" for baby Archie's christening next month and add their own twist to the special day.
The couple - who became parents to their first son last month - are set have their son christened in July at St George's Chapel in Windsor, which is where the royal pair got married last year and where Harry himself was baptised in 1984.
According to royal commentator Camilla Tominey, Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan will have to follow "royal protocol" but could put their own signature twist on the special day.
Speaking to Nine News Australia's 'Today' programme, Camilla said: "They buck tradition a bit but as is ever the case, royal protocol needs to be followed. So, we will expect the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby to be officiating over the Christening.