After royal sources confirmed that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have decided to hold a bishopric ceremony in California, Prince Harry and his wife, Megan Markle, have revealed that they are still considering whether their daughter Lilliput should be baptized in Britain or the United States.
According to the British newspaper “Daily Mail”, people close to Harry and Megan have denied the couple’s statements, stressing that it is highly unlikely that Lilliput will be baptized at Windsor Castle, and that the couple’s 4-month-old daughter will be baptized at church in Santa Barbara on June 4. Episcopalianship in the United States.
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The “The Telegraph” also reported that the baptism of her daughter outside England violated the customs of the royal family, raising questions about whether Queen Elizabeth II would meet her granddaughter in person.
Some reports have revealed Harry and Megan’s previous intentions to bring Lilliput Diana to Windsor Castle for the Queen, but the couple refused to attend Princess Diana’s birthday party, and failed to resolve the baby’s baptism against their stated intentions. .
The “Daily Mail” newspaper has confirmed that Duke and the Duchess have not yet decided where their daughter will be baptized. .
Baptism programs are still ongoing
The Duke of Sussex and the Duchess’s spokesman told The Telegraph that Christine’s plans were still being made and that it was “pure speculation”.
It is believed that if the couple decides to stay in California, they will choose a service at the Episcopal Church, a member of the global Anglican sect run by Bishop Michael Carrie. After he gave a 14-minute sermon. At the wedding of a newlywed couple in 2018 at St. George’s Chapel.
Holding a ceremony in the United States means that Lilliput will not automatically be considered a “member” of the Church of England, however, he may join the Church of England later if he comes to the United Kingdom.
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