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Harry wants his daughter baptized in England, but the Queen is "under pressure" to refuse the ceremony.

Harry wants his daughter baptized in England, but the Queen is “under pressure” to refuse the ceremony.

Queen Elizabeth II is “under pressure” to refuse royal baptism to Prince Harry and Megan Markle’s youngest daughter, Lilliput Diana.

According to the Daily Star, the Duke of Sussex may return to England in the fall to baptize their newborn daughter. This is one of the two options in the table. William’s wife Kate Middleton will be “devastated” as the Duchess of Cambridge struggles to improve the relationship, which is believed to be a small ceremony the couple may choose to baptize their daughter in the United States. Brothers, after controversies that affected the family.

According to Life & Style magazine, the desire to name Lilliput Diana belongs to Prince Harry, who is eager to make it happen.

“Even though he fell in love with Meghan and dedicated himself to his new life and family, Harry is still a Brit at heart,” one source told the Associated Press. “He did not want Lily to be the only one in the history of his country to be baptized outside of England,” he added.

However, it may be harder than fulfilling Harry’s wish because the Queen is “under pressure” to refuse the ceremony.

“She adores Harry and allows him to escape from it. It looks like he and Megan will finally have a very unpleasant awakening,” the same source added.

Remember that Lilliput Diana was born in June this year. The parents of two-year-old Archie, who was baptized in England, are still Duke of Sussex.

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