Meghan and Harry ‘may have already christened Lilibet’, royal watchers speculate

Speculation has been rising around where the christening of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s daughter Lilibet might take place, and now royal commentators have claimed that it might already have happened.

Now just over three months old, the Queen’s great-granddaughter is around the same age her brother Archie was when he was christened in a ceremony in Windsor in July 2019.

There have been reports that Harry and Meghan have offered the Queen the opportunity to see the latest christening, with the couple reportedly intending to travel over to the UK for a ceremony including other members of the Royal Family.

However, reacting to these reports on the Royally Us podcast, hosts Molly Mulshine and Christina Garibaldi have claimed a visit over to Buckingham Palace from the now US-based Duke and Duchess is unlikely.

Molly suggested: “It’s kind of funny that it’s being reported, because if this was an offer made behind closed doors, then why are we even hearing about it?”

Christina agreed: “I think it’s a little odd. I don’t even know if this is the case. I don’t think that Meghan is really going to be heading over there any time soon.

“So I think that they’re going to be keeping everything pretty private. Who knows, they might have already done the christening and we don’t even know about it.

“Because we haven’t even seen any photos, we really haven’t seen Meghan at all. I don’t know if I believe this one.”

Molly also acknowledged the confusion that occurred when Meghan and Harry claimed that their wedding had actually taken place three days before the Archbishop of Canterbury married the pair.

The royal commentator suggested that this might make it less likely for Lilibet’s christening to take place in the UK.

She noted: “The Archbishop said that that didn’t happen and he’s head of the Church of England.

“That does make it a little awkward, I think. Coming over to have her christened in the Church of England."

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