According to several Royal sources to the British media, Meghan and Prince Harry have made up their mind about the location of the christening of their daughter Lilibet.
The news will delight Elizabeth II. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have planned to baptize their second child, Lilibet, in Windsor in front of the Queen, according to several royal sources relayed by the Daily Mail. After a suspense that has caused much talk, the couple’s intentions would have been clarified during the Duke of Sussex’s visit to the UK for the unveiling of the statue of Princess Diana. “Harry has told several people that they want Lili to be christened in Windsor, just like her brother,” said a royal source. “They are happy to wait until circumstances allow,” she added.
This will be Meghan Markle’s first visit to Britain since the couple stepped down as royals in 2020. In addition, this christening will allow Lilibet to officially take the eighth place in the order of succession to the British throne. Thus, she would topple the queen’s second son, Prince Andrew, to ninth place. Her two daughters, Beatrice and Eugenie, will also be demoted one place.
What date for the christening?
The day of Lilibet’s christening has not yet been officially revealed. But, if Harry and Meghan Markle do as for his big brother Archie, the event could take place on August 4, two months after his birth and the day of the 40th birthday of his mother. As a reminder, Archie had been baptized in a well-kept secret at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor on July 6, 2019, two months exactly after his birth. The month of September is also mentioned. Rumor has it that the Sussexes could indeed return to London for a new ceremony in tribute to Lady Diana.
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That’s good decision to honor her great grandmother. God bless you all.
I think you both are wonderful and your children will also be as blessed with such love between the two of youz.