Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are considering returning their daughter Libbit Diana’s Christian marriage to Britain in the presence of Queen Elizabeth II.
A source claimed that the Disk of Sussex had already made its “intentions clear” to his family when he returned home on July 1 to unveil a statue of Princess Diana. “I want to name Lily after Windsor, just like my brother,” Archie said.
Insiders added that there is no rush for the couple to make a date for Lailabit. “They are happy to wait until conditions allow.” He also reportedly wants Queen Elizabeth II to attend the ceremony, which is far from Archie’s baptism.
Libbitt’s three-year-old brother was also nominated at St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle Square. It was a private affair conducted by Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby in 2019. It was held inside Windsor Castle’s private chapel, which can accommodate only 30 people.
Archie’s baptism was attended by only 25 guests, and they arrived cautiously at the back entrance of the field. Queen Elizabeth II was not at the ceremony because she was busy. The couple was said to have failed to check their diaries in advance to make sure they were available in history.
An official photo released to the public showing both the British King and Prince Philip was missing. Prince Charles, Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, Prince William, and his wife Kate Middleton are featured in the photo.
It is unknown at this time what he intends to do with the baptism of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. According to Daily mail, He countered the reaction from the Archie ceremony because there was no media coverage. He also refused to reveal the names of his godfathers, who were eventually made public.
However, given the couple’s desire to keep the media out of their children’s lives, it is likely that they will go on to make another private date for Lily Bait. If he plans to do so in Windsor, it will be Meghan Markle’s first visit to Britain in a year, since she and Prince Harry resigned as senior monarch in March 2020.