Elizabeth II “rejoices and hopes” that Lillibet Diana is baptized in the United Kingdom

While there is speculation about Lillibet’s baptism, the Daily Express reports this Saturday, November 6 that Elizabeth II would be very excited to have her great-granddaughter baptized in England. In the royal family, the ceremony is a tradition.

For several months, many questions have been raised about the baptism of Lilibet Diana. five months oldPrince Harry and Meghan Markle’s daughter may also be baptized in the US, UK or elsewhere. NS daily Express This Saturday, 6 November explains that the Sussex couple plan to return to England for the ceremony but see some difficulties in traveling Due to restrictions imposed by the Covid-19 pandemic. The Bishop of Liverpool, Paul Bayes, however, assured that Elizabeth II « be happy and hope » that the little ones be baptized in the United Kingdom.

As the UK reopens its doors to foreign travellers, all eyes are on Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, who should decide soon. « I am sure that, Wherever Lilibet’s Baptism Will Be, the queen and all the family members will rejoice and hope for this blessing », added Bishop Paul Bayes, who had already baptized archie in May 2019.

© Agency / BestImageMeghan Markle and Prince Harry baptized Archie in a private ceremony in May 2019.

Archie’s private ceremony?

Currently, there is no no certainty About celebrations in England. last October, Wire revealed that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry eventually did not consider getting Lillibet baptized in London. still the event a tradition in the royal family. It is also a symbol that Elizabeth II is the head of the Church of England. from 1841 And Queen Victoria’s daughter, christening Princess Victoria, wears the royal children replica of dress Baptism card designed by Janet Sutherland. in totality, 62 babies did it during a public function. However, Meghan and Harry broken from tradition During Archie’s baptism he had held in a private setting. It remains to be seen whether his sister will be baptized under the same circumstances.

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