It will be the royal event of the year — Prince Harry and Meghan Markle‘s baby daughter, Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor, is set to be christened at Windsor in front of Queen Elizabeth II and the rest of the famous family.
Since the power couple took part in what is described as “Megxit,” the former American actress has yet to return to England.
She lives in a California mansion with Prince Harry, doing charitable works, and has participated in a controversial interview where she made some jaw-dropping confessions.
Meghan Markle claimed she had suicidal thoughts, and the royal family did not help her. She also made racist accusations that her spouse backed.
As for Prince Harry, it was revealed that he suffered through genetic pain because of his father and grandparents.
After causing a ton of drama, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are now set to return to London, according to royal sources who have spoken to Richard Eden.
Prince Harry recently traveled to London where he and Prince William paid tribute to their late mother, Princess Diana.
During the brief trip, he told friends that he wants baby Lili Diana to receive the same royal treatment as her older brother, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor.
The insider stated: “Harry told several people that they want to have Lili christened at Windsor, just like her brother. They are happy to wait until circumstances allow.”
Another royal expert previously weighed in on Lili Diana’s christening by saying that depending on how Meghan Markle and Prince Harry handle the religious matter, and it could repair the damage they have caused with Queen Elizabeth or make the situation worse.
The couple is strongly advised to weigh their options wisely to not disrespect Queen Elizabeth, the head of the Church of England.
Daniela Elser, a royal reporter, explained: “However, if the Sussexes’ decided to hold the ceremony in California, thus precluding the Queen who no longer travels internationally from attending, it would be seen as nothing less than a clear rejection of the royal family. There is also a third option here: They decide to skip a baptism entirely. But again, this too would be read as deeply disrespectful to Her Majesty given she is, after all, the head of the Church of England.”
Elser wrote that when choosing Lili Diana’s godparents, the Sussexes cannot make the same mistake twice by selecting mysterious high-profile celebrities as they did for their son, Archie.
She highlighted the error by saying: “If they were to choose a cadre of A-list names, news of which would be bound to seep out in the press, then it would look like they are wholly throwing their lot in with their new Hollywood besties, family, and lifelong friends back in the UK be damned. On the other hand, opting to appoint a few carefully chosen cousins or old Eton mates could go a very long way to healing various breaches.”
As the christening and Meghan Markle’s return to the UK make waves in the media, some royal fans are baffled by the fact that not one picture of Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor has been released.
The infant girl, who was born on June 4 in California, is the 8th in line to the British throne.