It appears that Prince Harry, 36, and Duchess Meghan, 39, want to christen their daughter Lillipet in the presence of Queen Elizabeth II (95). Archie’s son (2) was baptized in 2019 at St George’s Chapel in Windsor – and the royal couple are said to want to continue the tradition.
Despite moving to California last year, Harry and Meghan are said to be insisting on returning to the UK for baptism. “Harry has told several people that they want Lily to be baptized in Windsor, just like her brother. You have no problem waiting until circumstances allow,” a source told the Daily Mail
Prince Harry became close to his brother
The prince is said to have shared the plans when he traveled home last month to attend the unveiling of a statue of his late mother, Princess Diana (1961-1997). Harry also met his brother Prince William, 39, with whom he last had a stressful relationship. However, the meeting is said to have helped the two brothers find common ground once again.
Stuart Pierce, a friend of Princess Diana, told Us Weekly: ‘I feel her shaking ignited the essence of peace. With behaviors that were so simple, so formal – or rather informal – so funny between the two, I felt that this behavior would actually completely change the way where the distortion occurred.” (Bang/BSN)
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