Meghan Markle‘s ‘special’ connection with Prince Louis REVEALED

And ahead of Prince Louis‘ baptism next month, a very special connection to Meghan has been revealed.

The tot will be baptised on July 9 at the Chapel Royal of St James’s Palace in central London.

He will be christened at the same church that confirmed Meghan into the Church of England in a secret ceremony, early March. 

The service will be conducted by the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, who also baptised Meghan and officiated her wedding to Prince Harry, reports Express. 

SERVICE: Prince Louis will be baptised on July 9 at St James’s Palace in central London

“These photo will be seen as a compromise by the Cambridges”

Royal expert

A leading Royal expert claimed that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are likely to make a compromise with the public when it comes to their youngest child’s christening.

Speaking to the publication, the unnamed source said: “Judging by the previous christenings, and the importance of the day for the family, Louis’ christening will be a private affair, perhaps no surprise there.

“We’ll no doubt have the official christening photos, as we did with Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

“These photos, and the images of the family arriving, will be seen as a compromise by the Cambridges.”

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    The christening of Prince Louis takes place shortly after his birth on April 23, when the youngest Prince of Cambridge will be 11 weeks old.

    Unlike Prince William’s children’s christenings, Meghan‘s baptism was held with even more discretion.

    It is understood that the 45-minutes secret service was attended by her now father-in-law, Prince Charles, Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall and her husband Prince Harry.

    Meghan was also confirmed shortly after her baptism, meaning that she was then able to join her husband at Holy Communion.

    The Duchess of Sussex was following Royal tradition.

    Kate was also confirmed into the Church of England in a private service at St. James’s Palace a few weeks before her marriage to Prince William in 2011.