Six weeks after the birth of little Lillipet, the baby is not yet eighth in line to the throne, according to the royal website. The newspaper explains that the list will not be updated until the baptism takes place. Lillibit Archie’s brother was baptized by the Archbishop of Canterbury at St George’s Chapel in Windsor in 2019. The ceremony was shrouded in secrecy, with 25 guests arriving secretly and arriving at the event through a door at the back.
The Dukes of Cambridge attended, but the Queen did not attend because she had scheduled appointments on the same day, remember BBC. The Sussexes chose to exclude the press and public from the event and did not reveal the names of Archie’s young godparents. Instead of photojournalists, it was up to fashion photographer Chris Allerton, the same person who took the Dukes’ wedding photos – capture the moment, given that two pictures It was later published and posted on Sussex’s social networks.
A very different procedure from the one chosen by the Dukes of Cambridge, who allowed the media to cover the christening of all their children. When George, Charlotte and Louis were baptized, cameras were able to film the heirs to the throne, William and Kate Middleton, arriving at the church for their children’s christening.