But for royal admirers hoping to see an adorable family photo or two, they shouldn't hold their breath. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are planning a private baptism for their little one, the Palace confirmed on Wednesday. While the service is always private, fans sometimes get to see the royal family members arrive for the big event—just as they did for the christenings of Prince William and Kate Middleton's children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
"It is not that different as all royal christenings are private," royal expert Marlene Koenig tells E! News. "It really should not matter to the public, although the tabloid press will wander into the conversation and criticize the couple for their decision to have the christening at the private chapel in Windsor Castle."