Harry and Meghan want Lilibet to be baptized in the UK in front of Queen Elizabeth II

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Harry and Meghan want Lilibet to be baptized in the UK in front of Queen Elizabeth II

More than a year has passed since Henry of Sussex Y Meghan de Sussex made their last public appearance at the United Kingdom as active members of the British royal family. But everything indicates that his return to British soil could take place in a few weeks and for an event that very few expected: the christening of little Lilibet at Windsor Castle.

Despite repeated reports by the British media about the bad relationship that exists today between the youngest son of Diana of Wales and his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom, it seems that the couple residing in Los Angeles I would be organizing a christening for Lilibet like that of his older brother Archie, held on July 6, 2019 at Windsor Castle.

The information was released last weekend by a source close to the British royal family to the British tabloid to the surprise of many who follow royalty closely. “They are happy to wait until circumstances allow.”, explained the person close to the British Crown, referring to the day on which Lilibet’s christening would take place.

The daughter of the Dukes of Sussex is barely a month and a half old, it was on June 4 when they announced their arrival to the world, and knowing that the actual protocol does not mark dates the christening may still take a while to complete. To this is added the sanitary restrictions that the British authorities still maintain as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

For now, more details about the baptism of Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor are unknown, although this same source affirmed that Prince Henry he would have already reported on his last trip to the United Kingdom about the interest that both he and Meghan of Sussex had in carrying out this celebration with the company of Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom and in a place like Windsor Castle.

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