Prince Harry and Meghan's daughter Lilibet's christening

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Prince Harry and Meghan's daughter Lilibet's christening
30 Dec 2022
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Latest Update- 30/12/2022

The christening of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's kid was discussed in their explosive Netflix documentary "Harry & Meghan." The godparents for their first child were also confirmed by the royal couple. Earlier rumors suggested that Meghan and Harry will bring their one-year-old daughter to the UK for her christening in line with royal tradition. According to the sources, Meghan and Harry wanted Lilibet's baptism to take place at Windsor Castle, the same church where Archie, Lilibet's older brother, also had his christening.

However, the most recent Netflix documentary made it clear that the royal couple had spoken to their close friend Tyler Perry about Lilibet's christening because he had been requested to serve as the child's godfather. However, it's unclear if the christening actually happened.

Perry revealed that Meghan and Harry had asked him if he would be Lilibet's godfather in the documentary's last episode. The docuseries' sixth episode featured images and videos of Lilibet as well.

Harry said that he could see a lot of Meghan in Archie and his mother in Lili while talking about his kids. Lilibet, according to Harry, had golden reddish hair and blue eyes as well. Notably, since her birth in June 2021, the baby girl has hardly been seen.

At Windsor, where Meghan and Harry had taken their children for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee festivities, Lilibet's first birthday was celebrated. The birthday party was only open to close friends and family.

Last Updated- 31/7/2021

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