I am curious to know if anyone can tell me if it is true that Archbishop Justin Welby left the General Synod in York on Saturday 6 July 2019 for the christening of Archie Harrison, the son of Prince Harry and his wife Meghan. It is more than two years ago, but a few days the Daily Mail published an article in which a "well-placed source" said that did leave unexpectly and caused a chaos at the synod. However no witnesses for this were mentioned. My personal belief is that this story is pure nonsense. I am really fed up with hearing from this couple and suspect that is another effort of them to stay in the news. The whole story of the "secret baptism" of Archie was suspicious from the very beginning. And it would not be the first time that they tell a lie that involves Justin Welby. Think about Meghan's story about the secret wedding three days before the official wedding. However if the story is really true it would put Archbishop Justin Welby in a very bad light. Is he really able to leave an important event like the general synod because from one day to other they want to have a secret baptism? Does it really work that way in the Royal Family and the top of the Church of England? I have already contacted the press office of the Archbishop but they refused to give me a clear answer - just the statement that “it is not our practice to comment on the private relationship of the Archbishop with members of the Royal Family”. But maybe some people who were at the General Synod themselves or who know more about it can tell if it is really true that the head of the Church of England simply left on 6 July 2019 and "caused a chaos".