Meghan Markle, 40, and Prince Harry, 36, plan to introduce Lilibet Diana to the Queen later this year, the Sun reported. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex reportedly asked the monarch to meet with plans to host a christening for their four-month-old. But royal commentator Christina Garibaldi does not think Meghan is heading over “any time soon”.
“I think they’re going to keep everything pretty private.
“Who knows, they may have even done the christening because we haven’t seen any photos or Meghan at all.”
Co-host Molly Mulshine added: “Also Jonathan Sacerdoti alluded last week to their claim that their wedding was held three days before the wedding with the Archbishop of Canterbury.
Meghan said nobody knew that the couple shared personal vows before the wedding
“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.”
Her comments come after Meghan said nobody knew that the couple shared personal vows for “just the two of us” ahead of their eagerly anticipated wedding day in Windsor on May 19 2018.
It was thought it could not have been a legal ceremony as it lacked witnesses and a registered venue, and was instead likely to have been an informal exchange of vows.
In an interview with la Repubblica, Mr Welby was asked about what happened and he said the legal wedding was on the Saturday, adding: “But I won’t say what happened at any other meetings.”
The Archbishop told the Italian newspaper: “If any of you ever talk to a priest, you expect them to keep that talk confidential.
“It doesn’t matter who I’m talking to. I had a number of private and pastoral meetings with the duke and duchess before the wedding.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK