Princess Eugenie and Zara Tindall: the meaning behind the date of their sons’ double baptism

The royal cousins, Princess Eugenie and Zara Tindall decided to have their sons baptized together. In addition to this of this very special decision, they also decided to make this event on a very special date. This is November 20, 2021. Why is this date special? It would have marked the 74th anniversary of the marriage of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip. The late Duke of Edinburgh died last April at the age of 99.

Recall that Eugenie’s son August and Zara’s son Lucas were both given the middle name Philip. Prince Philip and Queen Elizabeth have been married for 73 years. Their wedding took place on November 20, 1947. In addition, the Queen was able to fully attend this event at the Chapel Royal of All Saints in Windsor. Moreover, for the occasion, she had chosen a lime green outfit. He wasn’t sure she could witness such an event. Recall that she suffered from a sprained back preventing her from attending the annual events of Remembrance Sunday.

Princess Eugenie’s stepfather died just before the event

At the double christening, Princess Eugenie was alongside her husband Jack Brooksbank. As for Zara, she was alongside her husband, Mike Tindall and their 2 daughters, Mia and Lena. August, Eugenie’s son, was born last February while Lucas, Zara’s son, was born in March. Of course, the fans did not fail to congratulate the royal cousins ​​not only on the choice of the date, but also on the success of the event.

Note all the same that Jack’s father, Princess Eugenie’s husband, died a few days before this baptism according to He would have suffered from Covid-19 and has been for some time.

Princess Eugenie of York © Backgrid USA

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