Archie Makes Full Debut With Mom and Dad on Christening Day

Meghan and Harry's son, Archie, was christened at Windsor Castle.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were clearly doting on their baby boy.

Archie has made his full debut to the world on his christening day.

Royal watchers got a new view of baby Sussex on Saturday when parents Meghan Markle and Prince Harry shared two heartwarming photos from their private ceremony for their 2-month-old.

The first showed the whole family posing for a portrait together. Meghan and Harry, seated on a couch, hold little Archie in his christening gown — the same one that his cousins, Princes George and Louis and Princess Charlotte, wore. Along with Harry's brother and father and Meghan's mom, Harry's aunts — the late Princess Diana's sisters — also appeared in the photo in support of the proud parents.

The second photo captured an intimate moment for the new family of three. Meghan, in a white dress and hat, cradles Archie while looking at Harry, who gazes at his son with a hand on his wife. The two new parents are clearly doting on their baby boy.

Archie was baptized at the Private Chapel at Windsor Castle, and the ceremony was officiated by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby.

Only 25 guests were invited to the private baptism, and cameras were not allowed to record the arrival of the royal family.