The Sussex spokesman said, via The daily mail, that plans for Lili’s baptism were still being finalized and that claims to the contrary were “mere speculation”.
This comment did not stop The daily mail publish a headline based on claims from a source rather than the representative’s actual statement. Their title was: ‘Harry and Meghan’ will NOT bring Lilibet’s baptism into the Church of England and will likely opt for an episcopal ceremony in California, ‘royal sources reveal. “
Their report comes after The telegraph also published a story claiming that Lili would not be baptized alongside the Queen in the UK, with “The Duke and Duchess of Sussex could baptize Lilibet in the US because Britain is excluded” as the title.
“There will be no baptism in the UK. It’s not happening, ”said a source, described as“ a palace insider ”by the outlet. A second source was less certain that this was true, saying a baptism in the UK was “highly unlikely”.
The reality, at this point based on the representative’s statement, is anything can happen, and the plans will likely be announced by the Sussex squad in due course once they are truly finalized.
Meghan and Harry welcomed Lili on June 4. The couple spent their summer on parental leave. The Duke and Duchess have yet to take Lili on a public trip to the UK, but their daughter has met the Queen, the woman who gave her her name.
The Queen was among the first to meet Lili after her birth during a video call, People reported on June 8.[Meghan and Harry] were very excited and couldn’t wait to share that their daughter has arrived, ”a source told the outlet.
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