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Seems like Meghan Markle and Prince Harry don't want to abide by the rules of the royals! The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are set to renounce another royal tradition, which has been quite popular, over the past years. The couple is planning to host a private christening for their son Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle, where they married in 2018, and where Harry was christened in 1984. The baby boy's baptism will be a private affair. So people can't expect any fan gatherings, and more importantly, any candid photos of the baby boy outside the venue. Meghan and Harry are yet to appear with their son in a public place or show his full face to the world. The Sunday Times quoted sources close to the royal couple as saying that the pair considers their son to be a "private citizen" and that they intend to keep many details of his life personal since he is not in the direct line of succession. The royal couple welcomed their son on May 6.