In recent weeks, rumors have been circulating that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are coming to Britain with their families to christen little Lillipet. There is no evidence of this now, according to royal sources in the British press.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle became the proud parents of their daughter Lillibet, whose name pays tribute to Queen Elizabeth II, on June 4. At first it seemed like they were going to baptize the girl at Windsor Castle in the UK, but according to the latest rumors from royal sources, they now prefer a California party after all.
These “began” in telegraph She revealed that baptism in the UK is “highly unlikely” and that the couple would choose to baptize their daughter into the Episcopal Church, a moderately Protestant Anglican Christian church in the United States.
The decision has already raised questions among fans of the British royal family, as it is not clear when the Queen will meet in person with the great-granddaughter named after her. The news also comes after it became known that Prince Harry will not be heading to Britain next week to join his brother Prince William at a party in honor of their late mother, Princess Diana.