Prince Harry’s family ‘DID go to Princess Lilibeth’s christening’ despite disdain from Charles and senior royals
Members of Prince Harry’s family did go to Princess Lilibeth’s christening, it has been reported.
Prince Harry38 and Meghan Markle41, baptized their 21-month-old daughter in an intimate ceremony earlier this month followed by a party at their home Montecito House Art California.
Senior members of The royal family was invited but did not attend, according to People magazine.
Instead, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex had a three-year-old son ArchieMegan’s mom Doria Ragland, Lilygodfather Tyler Perry and 20 to 30 close friends.
However, it is now known that his maternal aunts were indeed present.
Lady Jane Fellowes and Lady Sarah McCorvodaleolder sisters a Princess Dianaas they say, were among the guests, according to Marie Claire.
It is unclear when Harry last saw his aunts, although they were present with his uncle at many important events in his life. Earl Spencer.
Harry and Prince William remained close to their maternal aunts and uncles after Diana’s death in 1997.
The royal siblings were last photographed with their aunts in 2021 when they teamed up to unveil statue in honor of Diana at Kensington Palace.
Both Harry and Wills were pictured greeting Lady Sarah and Lady Jane with hugs and kisses.
Few details have emerged about the christening party, but the Reverend John Taylor officiated the ceremony.
A gospel choir is also said to have performed Oh Happy Day and This Little Light of Minewhich was also played at Harry and Meghan’s wedding in 2018.
Traditionally, a royal christening is a small family celebration held in historic chapels Buckingham Palace or Windsor.
Archie was baptized at the age of eight weeks in silence, closed ceremony in the presence of about 25 guests at Windsor Castle on July 6, 2019.
An insider said: “Attendees were treated to an afternoon of food and dancing – Archie enjoyed dancing with his little sister.”
Prince Harry understood this too King Charles agreed to give Archie and Lilibeth new names after discussion the following the queenfuneral
Following negotiations late last year, the children will now be known as Prince Archie and Princess Lilibeth.
A spokesperson for Meghan and Harry told PEOPLE: “I can confirm that Princess Lilibeth Diana was baptized on Friday, March 3, by the Archbishop of Los Angeles, the Most Reverend John Taylor.”
In this statement, Lily was publicly named a princess for the first time.
Harry and Meg are understood to be keen not to deny their children their birthright, but to allow them to decide for themselves whether to give up the titles or continue using them when they grow up.
As children of the sovereign’s son, Archie and Lily automatically become prince and princess and are now styled HRH when they choose.
When Archie was born in May 2019, he was seventh in line to the throne, so he was too far down the line of succession.
Although he was the great-grandson of the monarch, he was not the first-born of the future king, so he was not automatically a prince.
This is because Harry and Meghan have not yet decided whether they will attend the coronation of a king May 6.
The controversial couple were invited to the historic event in May, but they are uncertainty about one’s location after they were evicted from Frogmore Cottage in Windsor, Berkshire.
The Duke and Duchess will hand over the keys to Frogmore, which has reportedly happened offered to Prince Andrei instead.
However, they will not have to give away the property until then the king is crowned May 6, meaning they can stay there if they want to attend.
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