Meghan Markle and Prince Harry ‘WON’T christen daughter Lilibet in UK’ and ‘will hold Episcopal ceremony in LA’

MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry will not christen their daughter Lilibet in the UK and will most likely hold an Episcopal ceremony in LA instead, a source has claimed.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex welcomed their second child Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor on June 4 in Santa Barbara, California.

It had been thought that the couple were hoping to christen their daughter in front of Her Majesty, 95, who has not met her great-grandaughter, in Windsor.

However, royal insiders now believe Lilibet will be having a ceremony stateside.

A palace source told The Telegraph: “There will not be a christening in the UK. It is not happening.”

Meanwhile another insider added it was “highly unlikely”.  

If they did make the trip, it would be Meghan's first trip to the UK since last year's Megxit when the couple left for the US.

Harry and Meghan's son Archie was christened by the Archbishop of Canterbury at St George's Chapel, Windsor, in July, 2019. 

Meghan made sure the christening was a “completely private affair” attended by just 22 guests, according to the couple's unauthorised biography Finding Freedom.

Harry and Meghan refused to name their son's godparents after he was christened while they were still senior and full-time royals.

Details of royal babies' godparents had always been made public previously.

The Queen didn’t attend Archie’s 2019 ceremony due to prior commitments.

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