After a few days, the secrets of the Sussex and the people associated with the Sussex, the house they stayed in, the house they will no longer be allowed to stay in, their presence at the coronation, their absence at the coronation, etc. no sign of their plans to leave the center of the stage. However, the surprise in this monotonous marriage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle with controversy was the announcement of the baptism of Lilibet last week.
To say that the christening of the daughter of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle was a huge blow would be unreasonable, but how else can you call the violation of the age-old tradition of private baptisms, cherished between the closest people, followed by the royal family? Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are being questioned and criticized no matter what they do. Nevertheless, it seems that netizens really understood something when they raised questions about the baptism of Princess Lilibet Diana.
Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and the mistake in the announcement of the christening of Princess Lilibet Diana
Netizens pointed out several inaccuracies, to say the least, in the announcement of the baptism made by the press secretary. The most alarming thing is that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry mentioned the wrong name of the priest who baptized their daughter.
According to a statement from a representative of People Magazine: “I can confirm that Princess Lilibet Diana was baptized on Friday, March 3, by the Archbishop of Los Angeles, the Reverend John Taylor.” But by an unexpected turn of events, it was proved that the Reverend John Taylor is not the Archbishop of Los Angeles.
According to GB News, the Reverend Jose H. Gomez is the Archbishop of Los Angeles and did not baptize the Sussex daughter. Whereas the Reverend John Taylor is the Bishop of Los Angeles. Sussex has yet to comment on this alleged mix-up.
What connects the christening and the coronation?
Although things may change, both the christening and the coronation are proof of the fading bond between Prince Harry and the royal family.
The Sussex representative revealed little beyond admitting that she had been baptised, and also slipped in that members of the royal family had been invited but had not turned up.
Will the Duke and Duchess be able to avenge their absence with their own? Let us know what you think in the comments below.