Prince Harry and Meghan Markle reportedly want their daughter Lilibet to have a Royal christening at Windsor, despite their many recent criticisms against the institution.
According to the Daily Mail, Harry "made his intentions clear" during his return to the UK for the unveiling of a statue of his late mother Princess Diana.
The Mail reports a source claimed: "Harry told several people that they want to have Lili christened at Windsor, just like her brother." Archie was christened by the Archbishop of Canterbury in 2019.
Harry and Meghan are reportedly "happy to wait until circumstances allow" the service to take place. It would be Meghan's first visit to the UK since she and her husband stepped back from Royal life and went on to make bombshell claims about the suffering they endured while part of the monarchy.
In her now infamous interview with Oprah Winfrey, Meghan said she suffered with suicidal thoughts while pregnant with Archie, and revealed an unnamed member of the Royal Family had raised concerns about the colour of her unborn child's skin.
Meanwhile, Harry has repeatedly expressed his disappointment with his family, claiming he and his wife's calls for help were neglected, he was cut off financially and was part of a cycle of "genetic pain and suffering" handed down by his father Prince Charles and his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II.
The Daily Mail notes that one-month-old Lilibet's place in the line of succession to the throne has not yet been added to the official Royal website. That reportedly won't happen until after she is christened, at which point she will bump the Queen's son Prince Andrew into ninth place.