Meghan Markle and Harry: Lilibet “point of friction” with royal family over Diana’s baptism

While tensions still exist between Meghan Markle, Harry and the British royal family, the baptism of their daughter Lillibet Diana will be a big one “friction point”, An expert has made some revelations about this, as explained byUK Express This April 13th.

Since the birth of Lilibet Diana on June 4, 2021, everyone has been waiting for only one thing: her baptism, While her brother, Archie Harrison, was baptized only two months after coming into the world, the little girl was not so lucky. There is actually a catch, his baptism cannot take place in the United Kingdom. ,one of the main sticking pointsI was told from a very good source that If the problem of baptism enters royal family could have been resolved, his daughter Lily Diana could have been baptized right here in Britain,said royal expert Neil Schon on his YouTube channel, as revealed byUK Express This April 13th.

In a previous video, the royalty expert claimed that The problem mainly came from Prince William, who “put your feet down” To counter the establishment of the baptism of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s daughter in the United Kingdom. “According to a very good source, Prince William is the one who originally said ‘No, we don’t think it’s going to work’It wasn’t a particularly good idea”, Neil Schon said. If this is true, then it proves that the relationship between the two brothers still hasn’t worked out.

Meghan Markle and Harry are going to Europe

If the Duke and Duchess of Sussex still haven’t returned to the United Kingdom, they will be heading to Europe very soon. This weekend, the couple will actually attend the Invictus Games in the Netherlands. For the occasion, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will be followed throughout the game by Netflix film crews. a program called heart of invictus It will then be broadcast on the streaming platform to honor the sporting event which has been very successful since its creation in 2014. The games were originally intended for wounded or disabled military personnel and were founded by Prince Harry himself, who served in Afghanistan.

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