With Prince Harry and his wife, actress Megan Markle, claiming that Queen Elizabeth II inherited the “pain and suffering genes” of other members of the royal family, and accusing a family member of racism, they appear keen to uphold the perks of royal life.
And the British “Daily Mail” website, quoting royal sources, revealed that Prince Harry and Meghan are planning to baptize their daughter, Lillibit, in Windsor in front of the Queen.
The source indicated that the intention of the Californian couple, during Harry’s visit to the United Kingdom, was clarified to unveil the statue of his mother, Princess Diana, earlier this month.
And if they do christen Lillipet there, it would be Meghan’s first visit to Britain since she and her husband stepped down from royal duties last year.
Six weeks after the birth of the girl, she has not yet attained the eighth position in the line of succession to the throne, according to the official royal website, and according to the source, the list will not be updated until after the baptism.
Lilly’s brother, Archie, was baptized in unprecedented secrecy at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle in 2019.
Prince Harry has not met his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth
Prince Harry left Britain, returning to his home in the United States of America, without meeting his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, after he and his brother Prince William inaugurated a new statue of their mother, Princess Diana, in the first week of July 2021.
And the British newspaper, “Daily Express”, said: “Harry has not met his grandmother, the Queen, although the two are very close and have a strong love for each other.”
The newspaper added: “It is likely that Harry was keen to return to his wife and their son Archie and Lillibet in California rather than delaying his return in order to spend time with the Queen.”
In a moving statement after the unveiling of the Princess Diana statue, the two brothers said: “Today, on our mother’s 60th birthday, we remember her love, strength and character – qualities that made her a force for good around the world, changing the lives of so many people for the better.”
“Every day we wish she was still with us, and we hope that this statue will forever be seen as a symbol of her life and legacy,” the two brothers added.