Is New Mom Meghan Markle Religious Enough To Have Little Archie Christened?

May 14, 2019

Since the birth of Archie Harrison on May 6, 2018, the world hasn't stopped asking questions about how his life will turn out, and one of such is: 'Will he be christened?'

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The answer to that question is dependent on his parents, but we have some clues that can point us to it.

Archie's mother, Meghan hasn't been vocal about her religious beliefs. However, her friends revealed to PEOPLE in an interview that the Duchess of Sussex is actually super religious!

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The anonymous friend said:

"We pray a lot together. We meditate. She has had, and especially has now, a very close relationship with God."

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Meghan was raised as a Christian. Her father is a member of the Episcopal Church of the United States and part of the worldwide Anglican Communion, while her mother a member of the Protestant faith.

Before her marriage to Prince Harry, she was reportedly baptized into the Church of England, which is the official religion of the British Royal Family. Queen Elizabeth II is the head of the church.

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It wasn't necessary for Meghan to be baptized to become a member of the royal family, but it was revealed that she chose to out of respect for the Queen.

Considering Meghan and Prince Harry's love for breaking the rules, fans aren't sure whether little Archie will follow the norm of the British Family and get christened.

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However, since the former Hollywood star chose to get baptized despite not needing to, there's no doubt she'll do the same for her child even if it is only to pay respect to the Queen.

It's certain Meghan will do all she can to be a great mother to little Archie!

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