More than a month after the birth of the Sussex daughter, rumors circulated about the alleged baptism being held.
Retired in the United States for over a year, and split from the British royal family after strong tensions, will Prince Harry and Meghan Markle decide to baptize their daughter in the coming weeks? In any case, rumors are rife across the channel over an alleged organization of the programme.
According to information reported by the “Daily Mail” on July 16, 2021, the Sussexes may indeed return to the United Kingdom to have their little Lillibet (born on June 4) baptized, as they did with their son Archie in 2019. had to have. their wish? This will give the Queen the Supreme Governor of the Church of England the opportunity to be present at the event. However, the success of this will depends heavily on existing restrictions linked to the health crisis. “(Last time in England) Harry told many that he wanted Lily to be baptized at Windsor, as his brother did. He is happy to wait until circumstances permit,” we said.
These new revelations refute previous rumors that suggested the Sussexes may decide to either have their daughter baptized in the United States, or not be baptized. If they do confirm the baptism in Windsor, it will be the first time Meghan will return to the country after “Megxit”. Prince Harry recently returned to London in early July for the unveiling of a statue in honor of his mother, Diana. She attended an event with her brother Prince William.
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