How Lilibet’s Christening Became Another Royal War

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry


Queen Elizabeth is reportedly ‘disappointed’ with the decision Prince Harry and Meghan Markle took regarding the christening of their youngest daughter Lilibet.



This news has been brought to light by the Royal Family’s former royal butler Grant Harrold.


Meghan Markle at the law court
During his interview with Express UK, he speculated upon a possible loophole Prince Harry and Meghan Markle might use to make sure the Queen is able to attend.



He was quoted saying, “I am sure if this does not take place in the UK, the Queen will be disappointed to not attend the christening of her great-granddaughter.”


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He also went on to add, “However, as with many families who have family overseas, sometimes it is not possible.”“Maybe their christening will be recorded so the family in the UK can watch as well? Family is very important to the Queen and I am sure before too long she will meet her great-granddaughter.”



Prince Harry, Meghan Markle’s christening move sparks ‘monarchy’s end’Christenings are the most simple, joyous of ceremonies. Funerals aren’t (usually) much fun and weddings, as the royals know only too well, often come with a substantial side-serving of emotional disturbance.


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But what family could be so dysfunctional as to have a massive, public argument about a christening.



The Sussexes have been left dismayed after one of Britain’s best-informed royal reporters, Camilla Tominey, reported in the Daily Telegraph this week, apparently on the basis of a backroom briefing by the palace, that Harry and Meghan’s new baby Lilibet would not be christened in England.


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