Lilibet’s christening and more British royal cuteness


Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s spokesperson ensured their most youthful child, Lilibet, was christened in LA on March 3. The young queen is 21 months old and has a wonder of red hair, just like her father, although the Sussexes have been highly private regarding sharing pictures of their children since exiting the royal family. The press release stated that the Archbishop of Los Angeles, Rev. John Taylor, performed the ceremony. It scored the first time that Lilibet was publicly directed to by her full royal title, Princess Lilibet Diana, which she inherited following the end of Queen Elizabeth II.
There’s no use denying it: the kids of the British regal family are adorable. Since Kate Middleton gave birth to her rather son with Prince William, the brilliant little Prince George, the regal children have been capturing hearts worldwide. These young princes and princesses are rising in the public eye and will eventually be critical senior royal family members. For now, they get humor and joy in their parents’ formal public appearances, lightening the mood with their shenanigans. What’s more, they’re all quickly evolving fashion icons too!
Click through the gallery to glance back at some of the cutest beats we’ve had with Prince William and Kate Middleton’s children George, Charlotte, and Louis, as well as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s little Archie and Lilibet.

Princess Lilibet Diana, born to Prince Harry and Meghan in June 2021, was christened on Friday.
The report is the first time she has been publicly called a princess and ensures that Harry and Meghan will use the regal titles for their children.
The couple’s representative said members of the Royal Family were invited to the christening.
Although Lilibet was not a queen at birth because she was not the monarch’s granddaughter, she gained the freedom to that title when King Charles granted her to the throne.
Buckingham Palace has said the regal website – which currently lists her and their brother Archie with the tags Miss and Master – will “be reworked in due course” to echo the title.
Lilibet is the two children of Harry and Meghan, who migrated to the US after stepping down as laboring royals in 2020. Their son Archie was born in May 2019.
The BBC comprehends members of the Royal Family were invited to the christening, but it seems they were absent.
Harry and Meghan want their children to decide whether or not to use their labels when they are older.
The BBC understands that the couple will not use the titles conversationally, but Archie and Lilibet will be directed to as prince and princess in formal contexts.
The children will not be capable of styling themselves as HRH, given the freedom to do so arrives from their father, and he stopped using it when he strode back from being a working royal.
King George V set out the rules governing the titles of royal children in 1917.
As the kids of the son of a ruler, Archie and Lilibet are automatically entitled to be summoned as prince and queen.

Reverend John Harvey Taylor, the Bishop of Los Angeles, headed over the christening.
The ex-newspaper reporter worked in the office of ex-US President Richard Nixon between 1984 and 1990 before being ordained.
The news arrives as a representative for the royal couple directed to their daughter as “Princess Lilibet” in ensuring the information of her christening last week.
“I can guarantee that Princess Lilibet Diana was christened on Friday, March 3 by the Archbishop of Los Angeles, the Rev John Taylor,” a Duke and Duchess of Sussex ambassador told NBC News on March 8.
While the representative for the Sussexes did not explicitly say that Archie will use “prince,” NBC News has learned that both Archie and Lilibet will have their titles updated to “prince” and “princess” on the British royal family website soon.
Archie, 3, and Lilibet, 1, are called Master Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor and Miss Lilibet Mountbatten-Windsor on the royal family website.

When their grandfather, King Charles II, mounted to the throne, the two children could claim the titles of “prince” and “princess.”
The decision to use the children’s royal titles arrives three years after Harry and Meghan chose to “step back” from their official duties as senior royal family members.
The christening arrives amidst an ongoing rift between Harry, Meghan, and the regal family. Harry and Meghan were invited to leave their residence at Frogmore Cottage as just as last week.
In a 2021 discussion with Oprah Winfrey, the duchess said that while she stood still pregnant with Archie, the royal family wanted to change the protocol and not offer him a royal title.
“They didn’t like him to be a prince or princess … which would be separate from protocol, and that he lived going to receive security,” she told Winfrey then. “I was terrified of offering up our baby, knowing they wouldn’t be kept safe.”

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