Lilibets christening sticking point in Harry and Meghans UK return – expert

Lilibet Diana's christening would be a "big sticking point" preventing the Sussex family from returning to the UK, a royal expert claims.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle welcomed their second child, a daughter named Lilibet Diana in June 2021 – but she has not had a christening yet.

Her brother, Archie, who was born two years before, had a christening that was held two months after his birth.

But now that the family reside in the US, it has been reported that a christening for Lilibet is unlikely to take place in the United Kingdom, the Express reports.

Speaking in a recent video on his YouTube channel, Neil Sean's Daily News Headlines, royal expert Neil Sean discussed the young royal's "unlikely" christening.

Mr Sean said: "One of the biggest sticking points, I've been told by a very good source, was that if the problem of the christening between the Royal Family could have been resolved so that his daughter Lili Diana could have been christened over here in the United Kingdom"

He noted that the christening could have taken place at "Saint George's Chapel in Windsor" where the two got married.

"Things would have had a whole different perspective", claims the royal expert.

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He added: "According to that source, Harry felt he was sort of being wheeled out for family events but whenever he needed something, it simply wasn't there."

On a previous video on his channel, Mr Sean claimed that it was Prince William who "put his foot down" against the Sussexes holding Lilibet's christening in the UK.

He claimed: "According to a very good source, Prince William was the one who basically said 'no, we don't think this is going to work,' it wasn't a particularly good idea."

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