Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have chosen not to reveal who Archie's godparents will be. But the Duchess of Sussex made a surprise appearance at Wimbledon to support her friend Serena Williams. And the mum-of-one who accessorised her look with an 'A' necklace was flanked by two friends who could possibly be picked as godparents to Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor. The two women are friends of the former Suits star from university, Lindsay Roth and Genevieve Hills. The pair will both be attending Archie's private Christening this weekend with Ms. Roth reportedly considered one of Meghan's closest friends.
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Archie will be christened in a 'small private ceremony' in the 'private chapel at Windsor Castle,' said a press release from Buckingham Palace. It went on to say, "The godparents, in keeping with their wishes, will remain private." The decision to keep the godparents list a secret has seen the royal couple come in for criticism, especially as royal accounts revealed how it cost £2.4m to renovate Frogmore Cottage where they now live. Ms Williams, who became friends with Meghan after meeting her at a charity football match in 2014, was a guest at her wedding to Harry in May 2018 and is also rumoured to be one of Archie’s godmothers.
Meghan's visit to the All England Club comes after her sister-in-law, the Duchess of Cambridge, made her own surprise trip to SW19 on Tuesday. Kate enjoyed a behind the scenes tour at the Championships and made the rare move of watching part of Brit Harriet Dart's match on an outside court. Meghan arrived on one of the hottest days of the tournament so far this year, with temperatures expected to reach 26C. Other famous faces at Wimbledon on Thursday included ex-Chancellor George Osborne, retired broadcaster Sir Trevor McDonald and former British tennis player Tim Henman. In 2018, Serena said, "We’ve always had a wonderful friendship. Every year for a couple of years she comes out to Wimbledon and supported me. Now she’s supporting me in a different role. But our friendship is still exactly the same."Read More