However, rumors are now leaking from the palace that a visit to Sussex is not desirable for the time being. So baptism can also take place in the United States. Aristocrats Molly Mulchin and Cristina Garibaldi believe this may have already happened.
Two podcasts “Royally Us” consider a trip to Europe for the Sussex family unlikely at the moment. “I don’t think Meghan will be traveling there anytime soon. I think much more than that they are going to keep everything private.”
“Who knows, baptism may have already taken place,” they speculate.
Lilibet deceived in the tradition of royal christenings?
Either way: if the Sussex family decided to travel to Great Britain after all to baptize their daughter in the Church of England, according to tradition, However, the youngest members of the royal family can be denied the tradition of royal christenings. In any case, royal commentator Molly Mulchin notes that Lillipet will not be able to wear the royal christening gown if she travels to Europe with her parents and Archie for her christening. “I don’t think Lilibet will fit into a festive christening gown when it’s over,” she says.
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