Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s relocation to the United States is said to have a “harsh provision” that allows them to either “repair or further destroy” ties within the royal family.
The assertion was made by royal expert Daniela Elser, who wrote in an article for News.com.au, “If the Sussexes were to decide they wanted the christening of Lili to happen back in the UK, perhaps even in September when it has been rumoured that both Harry and Meghan will return to London, then it would be construed as an olive branch after years of intra-family squabbling and rancour.”
“However if the Sussexes decided to hold the ceremony in California, thus precluding the Queen who no longer travels internationally from attending, it would be seen as nothing less than a clear rejection of the royal family.”
“There is also a third option here: They decide to skip a baptism entirely. But again, this too would be read as deeply disrespectful to Her Majesty given she is, after all, the head of the Church of England.”