After being forced to rest, Queen Elizabeth II got on with her life. Sunday, November 21, 2021, she also attended a double baptism. Indeed, according to information from the Daily Mail, she was seen at the ceremony where two of her great-grandchildren were honored. They are Lucas Tindall and August Brooksbank, 8 months old and just over 9 months old respectively. Both were baptized at All Saints Chapel on the Windsor Estate. For the occasion, she was dressed and hated in green. With this event, she signs her first official trip since October 2021. Her two granddaughters Zara Phillips and Princess Eugenie of York, had in fact decided to have their two sons baptized on the same day.
As is the tradition in the British royal family, the two children were baptized in the water of the Jordan. Prince Charles, who has just returned from his autumn tour in Jordan and Egypt, had also reported. The Prince of Wales was indeed photographed on November 16, 2021, picking up “five or six dozen bottles” of this “holy water” from “Bethany beyond the Jordan” (Al-Maghtas).
Queen Elizabeth II very happy to participate in these baptisms
Queen Elizabeth II must have been very happy to be able to participate in the baptisms of her great-grandchildren. Suffering from a sprained back since the end of October, the doctors at Buckingham Palace had suggested to the monarch that she take rest on October 20, 2021. As a result, her schedule had been greatly reduced and she had been obliged to cancel certain trips as well as his trip to COP26, in Glasgow (Scotland). It was Princes Charles and William who represented the royal family.
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