Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are said to be planning to make a date at Windsor for their daughter Libbit Diana, but the announcement of the Duke’s memo could cause trouble for the project.
Royal biographer Angela Leone expressed her doubts that baptism could take place in London if she continued to criticize the monarchy. He said he had announced that he was releasing one “Accurate and complete truth” memo At the end of 2022, the British monarchs may be hesitant whether to allow names or not.
“People will be outraged by the countless interviews and the words about how badly they have been treated and how horrible they are. Still, he wants to baptize the baby Lloyd Diana in Windsor. It’s about cake and eat it, “he said in an interview GB News.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle reportedly want to baptize Diana in the presence of Queen Elizabeth II. She wants to be there because she was too busy to attend Archie’s Chronicles at St George’s Chapel in Windsor.
Sources claim that the Duke of Sussex had already shared the plan with his family when he joined Prince William on July 1 to unveil a statue of Princess Diana at Kensington Palace. It is said that no one in his family knew about his memory at the time. Yet. They were shocked when he allegedly announced it last week. Now, they fear what might be included in the book because it could damage the kingdom.
Talking about the memorandum, Leon said it was possible that the Duke wanted to show his freedom and take his revenge. Now that he is no longer a working monarch, he has the freedom to say what he wants to say about his life.
“I think he will go as far as possible. I don’t think there are any other limits to that,” he said. He added: “I think this is a big problem for the Shahis. It’s like a man who has been in a cage, he said he feels trapped and now he has his freedom. And my goodness is going to take revenge. It’s a very important part of what he wants to do.
Leon, author of “Harry: A Prince of the Prince”, says Prince Harry’s memoirs mostly disliked Princess Diana, her death, and “the people she claimed to be.” “It simply came to our notice then. The rest of his family.