We were treated to another snap of Archie on May 12 to celebrate Mother's Day in the US, and this time we saw Meghan holding Archie, with only his tiny feet and toes visible.
And again, the most recent photograph the royals have shared was a post for Father's Day, where the Prince is seen cradling his son, Archie, with the tiny tot holding dad's finger - but his face obscured by Harry's hand.
The photo was shared with a sepia-toned filter, disguising baby Archie's hair and eye colour - which has raised questions with royal fans.
Why the royals are refusing to restrict the public's view of their son is a mystery, although, according to a report by Express.co.uk, the reason could be simpler than we think.
Speaking to the publication, parenting expert Victoria Jennings said: “The Duke and Duchess are clearly proud parents and will likely be spending these first months as new parents getting to know their new baby.
“All parents have the right to request some anonymity for their child if they so wish and spend the first part of their baby's life bonding and learning more about them.
“It is always a parent's choice as to how many images they share," she told the publication.
With Harry and Meghan in the public eye, many will argue that they should let the public see photos of their growing bub, however Victoria disagrees.
“One could argue that all children should be allowed anonymity and should Meghan and Harry prefer to keep baby Archie out of the spotlight then their wishes should be respected.
“At the end of the day, there is no right or wrong in parenting and no-one should be judged for wanting the best for their child,” she said.
With baby Archie's christening said to be scheduled for July, royal fans may not have too long to wait for another glimpse of the royal baby.