When will Prince Eugenie’s rescheduled christening take place? Who is invited to the party?
After a Covid scare last weekend, PRINCESS EUGENIE reportedly had to cancel her son’s christening. When will Baby August be christened, and who will be in attendance?
August Philip Hawke, Princess Eugenie’s first child, was born on February 9 to her and her husband, Jack Brooksbank. Eugenie has continued to delight followers by routinely posting photographs of her growing baby boy on Instagram since then. During the lockdown, the princess will have postponed her son’s christening, which was intended to take place last Saturday but was apparently canceled at the last minute due to one of the visitors testing positive for COVID-19 or being notified by the NHS app.
“One visitor tested positive or was pinged for Covid contact, therefore no one else was permitted to gather,” a source told The Sun.
“As a result, the service and subsequent reception party at Royal Lodge, Prince Andrew’s house, were canceled.
“The Queen, Eugenie’s parents Fergie and Prince Andrew, and Eugenie herself were all expected to attend.”
While Eugenie was disappointed to have to cancel her son’s special day, it may be rescheduled for this weekend if St George’s Chapel has space available.
Eugenie and Jack married in the Windsor church in 2018, and it holds a particular place in their hearts.
The chapel has hosted a number of Royal Family occasions, including Prince Philip’s low-key funeral in April.
Eugenie and Jack live just down the road from Frogmore Cottage, which has been on loan to the couple since Christmas from Prince Harry, 36, and Meghan Markle, 39.
St George’s is an appropriate place for tiny August’s baptism because it is close to both the Queen and Eugenie’s parents, Prince Andrew, 61, and Sarah Ferguson, 61, at the Royal Lodge.
The Queen and other senior royals are anticipated to attend the christening in August.
Eugenie’s parents Andrew and Fergie, as well as her sister Princess Beatrice, 32, and her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, will be in attendance.
Eugenie’s uncle and aunt, Prince Edward, 57, and Sophie, Countess of Wessex, 56, live a short drive from Windsor at Bagshot Park in Surrey, and could attend.
When the ceremony takes place, members of Jack’s immediate family will be present.
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