The last time we saw Meghan and Harry’s names circulating in the headlines was at the end of September when they took the stage at the Global Citizen Live concert in New York City.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended the event to vocalize the importance of the Covid-19 vaccine, working to end the pandemic, aiding the human rights crisis and more.
Let’s End The Pandemic!
Yeah, they may have just joined “sustainable investment” company Ethic as global “impact partners,” but we haven’t heard from them directly since ‘GCL.’
And because they’ve been quieter than usual, British tabloids have felt the need to stir up some new royal drama.
On Monday, October 11, Daily Mail published a report that claimed royal sources informed them Harry and Meghan would not return to the UK and “are likely to opt for a ceremony in California.”
Not Returning to England?!?
Their report came after The Telegraph also ran a story claiming Lili wouldn’t be christened alongside the Queen in the U.K., with “Duke and Duchess of Sussex could christen Lilibet in US as Britain is ruled out,” as their headline.
“There will not be a christening in the U.K. It is not happening,” a source, described as “a palace insider” by the outlet, said.
A second source told the outlet that a U.K. christening was “highly unlikely.”
Well now, the truth is coming out from the Duke and Duchess of Sussexes’ own team.
A rep speaks out!
A representative for the famous couple released a statement which said, “Plans for the baby’s christening have not been finalized, and as such, any assumptions about what will or will not take place are mere speculation.”
Meghan and Harry welcomed Lili on June 4. She is now four months old.
Lili’s older brother and first-born, Archie, was christened in a private chapel at Windsor Castle in July 2019 two months after mom and dad welcomed him into the world.