Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, are becoming chess masters when it comes to setting up the royal family for embarrassing pitfalls.
Their latest target is Queen Elizabeth II, who has been placed in a no-win situation with great-grandaughter Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor‘s special moment.
Since hastily leaving London, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have shamed members of the British royal family with explosive accusations and confessions.
After a series of controversial interviews, Prince Harry has cashed in a $20 Million check to bare his soul in an upcoming tell-all book about his life as a tortured and unloved prince.
Despite the painful accusations and strained relationships, Prince Harry and the former actress live by the motto that family is family no matter what.
This is why the power couple has brilliantly set a trap for Queen Elizabeth — attend Lili’s christening or look bad in the public eye for ignoring her.
However, at the same time, Her Majesty will look weak or complicit by folding to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex‘s requests after their jaw-dropping interviews.
During his most recent trip to London for Princess Diana‘s tribute, Prince Harry made it clear that his infant daughter will receive the royal treatment when it comes to her baptism.
Prince Harry revealed to his pals that he wants his baby to be christened at St George’s Chapel in Windsor with Queen Elizabeth present.
Aware that the Queen has a habit of skipping baptisms of royal babies who are further in line to the crown, (she did not attend Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor and Prince Louis‘s events), Prince Harry and Meghan have made it known that they are happy to wait for her Majesty’s availability.
A source revealed to the Daily Mail that Harry said the couple is “happy to wait until circumstances allow.”
Royal expert Angela Levin spoke about the couple’s plot to trap the Queen by saying: “That puts her in a very difficult position because she can’t say that she is not free for years. She didn’t go to Louis’, the third child of Prince William and Kate. So it’s not a spiteful thing.”
The royal biographer reminded royal fans that the Queen skipped the christening of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s first child because she had prior commitments.
Levin shared: “The Queen sometimes isn’t present at such events because they’re not close enough to the Crown.”
The power couple is also determined to advance their brand.