Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have issued an urgent warning regarding Lilibet’s christening.
MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry have been advised that no members of the Royal Family would be present during their youngest child Lilibet’s christening in the United States.
According to sources, Lilibet Diana, the newest addition to the Sussexes family, will be christened in the United Kingdom, following in the footsteps of her two-year-old brother Archie. A christening in the United Kingdom, however, “is not happening,” according to a royal insider.
The baptism of Harry and Meghan’s four-month-old son is more likely to take place at the Episcopal Church of the United States.
According to royal biographer Ingrid Seward, members of the Royal Family such as the Queen, Prince Charles, and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are unlikely to attend the scheduled stateside event.
She told The Sun that if Lilibet, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s second child, was christened in the United States, “maybe” Harry’s friends would fly out.
“I don’t believe any members of the immediate Royal Family would have time to fly over,” she continued. Their routines are planned out six months ahead of time.” Lilibet will be the first of the Queen’s grandchildren or great-grandchildren to be baptized outside of the Church of England if the ceremony takes place in America.
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“Queen Victoria became a recluse when Prince Albert died,” royal expert Duncan Larcombe told OK! magazine.
“Since she returned from Balmoral, the Queen has sent us a signal that says, ‘I’m no Queen Victoria,’ and maybe the stick plays into that.”
“I don’t think the walking stick means the end is near because you only have to look at her diary and what she’s done in the last few weeks to see what she’s been up to.”
“She’ll be involved in COP26 next month, and all eyes will be on Scotland, with The Queen taking center stage.”
“It’s a statement of intent from her, and yes, she’s using a walking stick to support herself, but given how busy she is and how much time she spends on her feet, I believe most people will wonder why she hasn’t been doing that for 20 years.”
According to historian Robert Lacey’s modified version of “Battle of Brothers,” the first nanny recruited by Prince Charles and Lady Diana had several rigorous regulations that she made sure to follow. “Brinkwire News Summary.”