Last minute decision. The children of Princess Eugenie and Zara Tindall are baptized this November 20 at the All Saints Chapel in Great Windsor Park in Berkshire, and the presence of Queen Elizabeth II remains a mystery. According to the Sun, the Queen has indeed explained that she will make a last-minute decision following the advice of her personal doctor. Elizabeth II indeed had health problems that forced her to rest. She thus missed several important events of the last weeks.
According to a royal source quoted in The Sun, Queen Elizabeth II “hopes to be able to attend such an exceptional event after the disappointment she experienced in having to miss last Sunday’s Remembrance Day”. The joint baptisms will indeed be the opportunity to bring together the royal family for a festive event in which Prince Andrew, Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton will be present, among others. The source cited by The Sun says the Queen knows how important this event is to her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
A first in the royal family
“It will truly be a time of celebration and celebration after what has been a rather complicated time for some members of the Royal Family, including Queen Elizabeth herself.” According to the Sun, the double baptism scheduled to take place on November 20 is the first in which two royal children are baptized together. Enough to make this event even more exceptional, for the royal family but also for all those who follow their lives closely. All that remains is to hope that the sovereign will benefit from the green light from her personal doctor in order to go to this family celebration which promises to be grandiose.
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