Fans have finally received their first glance at Archie Harrison’s face following the release of official photos from his royal baptism. However, the pictures showed that some other members of the family were shockingly absent from the baby’s big day.

While it was previously reported that a planned weekend in Sandringham would keep Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip away from the private event, as the guests who attended arrived, eagle-eyed royal fans couldn’t help but notice three other senior members of the royal family who were missing—Archie's cousins, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. The three kids, who belong to Prince William and Kate Middleton, did not arrive alongside their parents at the Queen’s private chapel in Windsor Castle. However, according to Express UK, there may be a good reason why the royal kids were not in attendance.

The website reports that the chapel actually is only able to accommodate a total of 30 guests, which led to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle being somewhat more selective when it came to the guests that were at the event. Considering their ages, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge may have opted to leave their kids at home, allowing the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to free up a few more seats for other honored guests.

Among those who were in attendance were the others who were featured in the royal portrait, such as grandfather Prince Charles and his wife, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, as well as Markle’s mother, Doria Ragland. Also pictured were Princess Diana’s sisters, Lady Sarah McCorquodale and Lady Jane Fellowes.

It is also believed that Markle’s best friend, Jessica Mulroney, who many believe is one of the godparents, was in attendance. It has not been confirmed who will be serving as Archie’s godparents however, as the couple opted to keep the identities of those people private.

Kate Middleton, Prince Louis, Prince George, Prince William and Princess Charlotte
Kate Middleton carrying Prince Louis, Prince George, Prince William and Princess Charlotte after Prince Louis’ christening service at the Chapel Royal at St. James’s Palace in London on July 8, 2018. Getty Images/Dominic Lipinski