The Duke and Duchess of Sussex still want their two children to “have the royal connection,” it has been claimed.

Last week, Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle confirmed their 21-month-old daughter had been christened.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex held an intimate ceremony at their home in Montecito, California, with guests including Meghan’s mother, Doria Ragland, and the toddler’s godfather, Tyler Perry.

Members of the Royal Family were not present, but the King and Queen Consort, and the Prince and Princess of Wales, reportedly did receive invitations.

By announcing the news of the christening, the Sussexes also confirmed that their two children had taken on their royal titles.

Prince Archie Harrison, three, and Princess Lilibet Diana became eligible for their princely styles following the accession of their grandfather.

Royal commentators have since claimed that it is a sign Harry and Meghan still wish to be associated with the Royal Family and are more likely to return for the Coronation of King Charles III in less than two months’ time, partly because of another special event that could take place.
Zoe Forsey and Russell Myers, hosts of the Pod Save The King podcast, discussed the christening and the Coronation last week.

Ms Forsey noted the significance of royal christenings, saying they “are a really big deal,” with religion playing a central role for the monarchy.

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