Meghan Markle and Prince Harry confirmed that the christening of Archie Harrison will take place in July, and Queen Elizabeth may miss the most important event in the life of a newborn great-grandson.
As reports the edition Express, the christening will take place in July at St George’s chapel in Windsor. Here in April 2018 married Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. All members of the Royal family will attend the ceremony, also Queen Elizabeth, which is at that time busy performing Royal duties, writes the Chronicle.info with reference for a New time.
So, according to the official working calendar to Queen Elizabeth, July 3, she scheduled a garden party at Holyrood Palace in Edinburgh, and on July 9 she will visit Cambridgeshire far from Vizora.
Archie’s christening, the christening, which skips Queen Elizabeth. So in July last year she missed the christening of Prince Louis. While Prince Harry and Meghan Markle did not name the exact date of the event, we only know that it will take place in July.
Why a couple chose for the christening of the chapel of St. George? First, because the chapel is close to the cottage Frogmore, home to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, and secondly, it was in this Church was baptized in 1984, Archie’s father — Prince Harry.
After all the babies in the Royal family, Archie will wear a baptismal shirt that is an exact copy of the famous baptismal shirt, made of heinonsalo lace, which had been 62 the Royal baby, including princes Harry and William. Over the years the shirt has decayed, so Queen Elizabeth ordered to make an exact copy. It is expected that baptism will be attended by Prince Charles and Camilla, Prince William and Kate Middleton. The question remains, who will be the godparents of little Archie.