Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are unlikely to return to London in the name of their daughter Llibet because they want to avoid royal traditions when it comes to the ceremony.
Royal commentator Patrick FitzWilliams said the couple wanted to gain complete control over what happens with baptism, which they were unable to do in July 2019 with their first archbishop, Mountbatten Windsor. Name your son’s grandparents. He also faced criticism when, according to tradition, he decided on a private matter instead of giving public access.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will “do things their way” and if that means the ceremony will take place in their Montecito mansion, so be it. However, Llibitt was born in California. He is no longer a senior member of the royal family, which means he is no longer obliged to share details of his life with the public.
“Harry and Meghan’s relationship with the British press deteriorated dramatically when Archie was given a private name and the names of the godparents were not released,” he said. Express. “Sussex was insisting that it intended to do things its own way, and that’s how it proved to be,” he added.
There are rumors that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are considering going home to London to be named after Lloyd in Windsor. They want Queen Elizabeth II to witness the ceremony because she was unable to do so during Archie’s baptism.
But the royal expert argued that the Duchess might follow suit and that her ceremony would be “with her native state and secrecy but without the controversy surrounding Archie’s name.” This means that the British king and other members of the royal family will have to wait to meet Liblibit. No one “has any idea when the Queen and other members of the royal family will meet Laila or when Harry and Meghan will visit Britain,” FitzWilliams said.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have not released a photo of Lilliput since her birth on June 4, and have refrained from sharing photos of Archie since she relinquished her royal titles in March last year. Had given