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Harry and Meghan want ‘to have Lilibet christened at Windsor in front of Queen’


Harry and Meghan want ‘to have Lilibet christened at Windsor in front of Queen’


According to royal insiders, Harry and Meghan want to have Lilibet baptized in front of the Queen at Windsor.

During Harry’s visit to the UK for the unveiling of Princess Diana’s statue, he is believed to have voiced their desire for a royal ceremony.

The pair, who retired from public life last year, are reported to want their youngest daughter to be baptized in the same church as her brother was.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have accused the Queen of inflicting ‘genetic pain and suffering,’ and have accused unidentified relatives of racism, yet they seem keen to keep the benefits of life in the Royal Family.

“Harry told several people that they want to have Lili christened at Windsor, just like her brother,” a source told The Daily Mail.

“They are happy to wait until circumstances allow.”


Last month, the couple announced the arrival of their second child, who was given the name The Queen in honor of her great-grandmother.

It would be Meghan’s first trip to the United Kingdom since the pair stepped down from their royal responsibilities last year.

It also comes after a squabble about whether Harry and Meghan requested the Queen whether they may call their baby daughter Lilibet, the Queen’s personal nickname.

Although it was initially given to her by her grandpa, King George V, because of the way she spoke her own name, the Duke of Edinburgh, who died in April, adopted the name Lilibet as a pet name for the queen.

According to the official royal website, Lili has yet to be granted the eighth position in the line of succession that she is entitled six weeks after her birth.

According to the Mail, she will be added after the christening and will take the position of Prince Andrew as the eighth in line to the throne.

Despite attending a Catholic high school, Meghan was baptized and confirmed in the Church of England by Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby in a private ceremony at the Chapel Royal.

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