Royals Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Plan to Keep Baby Archie's Godparents a Secret Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's son, born on May 6, will have his christening on Saturday, July 6 By Robyn Merrett Published on July 3, 2019 10:14 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have decided to keep baby Archie’s godparents private. Buckingham Palace revealed the news in an official statement about Meghan and Harry’s two-month-old son’s christening. “The godparents, in keeping with their wishes, will remain private,” the statement reads. While royal fans won’t know the identity of Archie’s godparents, they will, however, get to see sweet moments from the highly anticipated ceremony. “The Duke and Duchess of Sussex look forward to sharing some images taken on the day by photographer Chris Allerton,” Buckingham Palace said in the statement. “Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor will be christened in a small private ceremony by the Archbishop of Canterbury in the Private Chapel at Windsor Castle on Saturday 6th July.” Dominic Lipinski - WPA Pool/Getty Images Why Meghan and Harry Chose the Queen’s ‘Peaceful’ Private Chapel for Baby Archie’s Christening Archie’s big milestone will unfold in Queen Elizabeth’s private chapel at Windsor Castle — a location the new parents chose because they “wanted an intimate, peaceful setting in a place with such a special connection to Her Majesty,” a royal source told PEOPLE. And the Duke and Duchess of Sussex won’t have to travel far from their Frogmore Cottage home, also on the grounds of Windsor Castle. The gathering will be attended by around 25 close family members and friends. Royal christenings are typically private, with only close family, friends and godparents in attendance. “This is a beautiful milestone and they are excited to share it as a family first and then with the world,” said the source. Can’t get enough of PEOPLE’s Royals coverage? Sign up for our newsletter to get the latest updates on Kate Middleton, Meghan Markle and more! The private chapel is a deeply personal spot in Windsor Castle for the royal family. The room was created for Queen Victoria between 1840 and 1847. It was destroyed by the catastrophic Windsor fire in 1992 and rebuilt with modern updates in 1994. The larger St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle was the site of Meghan and Harry’s May 2018 wedding. Harry was also christened there in 1984. The timing follows closely to the christenings of Kate Middleton and Prince William‘s three children — Archie’s big cousins. Prince George’s christening occurred in late October (more than three months after he was born) at the Chapel Royal in London’s St. James’s Palace. Princess Charlotte‘s was held two months after her birth at the St. Mary Magdalene Church in Norfolk, on the grounds of the Queen’s Sandringham estate — and very close to William and Kate’s country home, Anmer Hall. Prince Louis was christened at the same place as his older brother in July 2018, about three months after his world debut. Samir Hussein/Samir Hussein/WireImage Although Harry skipped taking a formal paternity leave — he has made several appearances in the weeks since welcoming son Archie, including a short trip to the Netherlands to launch the countdown to the 2020 Invictus Games and a visit to Rome, where he played in a charity polo match — Meghan, who gave birth to Archie on May 6, has been staying out of the spotlight to focus on motherhood. Everything We Know About Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s Son Archie Harrison (So Far!) After a photo op two days after Archie’s birth as a new family of three, Meghan and Harry made their first joint appearance as parents at Trooping the Colour in early June. The couple were all smiles as they arrived to the Trooping celebrations in the same carriage as Kate and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall. The new parents also shared a glimpse of their son on Father’s Day, posting an Instagram photo of Archie peering at the camera from the arms of Prince Harry.