Meghan Markle has left her son Archie at home once again.

On Thursday, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex flew to Rome to witness Misha Nonoo’s wedding. Prince Harry and Markle opted to leave their baby at home. The couple was spotted landing in Italy ahead of the fashion designer’s nuptials and they arrived without their son.

“Meghan wasn’t going to miss her wedding for the world,” a source told Fabulous Digital.

“They’ve left Archie at home but it's only for a couple of days and they will be back on Saturday.”

Last week, Markle officially returned to her royal duties by launching her fashion collection with her patronage, Smart Works. In her speech, she said that she had to rush home to feed her son, Archie.

Netizens slammed the former “Suits” star for using her son in her speech. One said that it was just a PR stunt while questioning Markle who fed her baby when she flew to New York to watch her pal Serena William’s game at the U.S. Open finals and while she bonded with her celebrity friends at the Big Apple. One netizen even called Markle a “fake woman.”

At Nonoo’s wedding, Prince Harry and Markle had an awkward encounter with Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka Trump who was also among the wedding guests. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are rumored to be at odds with Ivanka’s father after the U.S. president called Markle “nasty” following the duchess’ statement calling Trump “divisive” and “misogynic.”

Prince Harry was dragged into Markle and Trump’s rumored tension when he attended the state banquet that the Queen hosted for the American politician in June. The Duke of Sussex appeared grumpy and looked as if he didn’t want to be there. This prompted royal commentator Ingrid Seward to give advice to the duke.

“Whatever his personal feelings, it’s his duty to support the Queen regardless and take a tip from his grandmother who has never allowed her personal feelings to interfere with her duty. It’s bad manners and rude,” Seward said.

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and Son Archie
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are pictured presenting their newborn son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, during a photocall in St. George’s Hall at Windsor Castle on May 8, 2019 in Windsor, England. Dominic Lipinski-WPA Pool/Getty Images