Queen wants to take part in the double baptism of her great-grandchildren today!

Apparently, your fans don’t have to worry about the Queen (95) anymore! The head of the British royal family had to cancel some appointments in the past few weeks – which is very unusual for them. However, health problems made it impossible for her to attend a number of official events in person. So she had to cancel the Remembrance Sunday. This is one of the most important memorial days in the UK. On Wednesday she attended the first meeting since her break. Elizabeth doesn’t want to miss today’s double baptism of her great-grandchildren either!

As The Sun reported, two members of their family will receive their holy baptism today: Princess Eugenie (31) and Jack Brooksbanks (35) son August and Zara (40) and Mike Tindall’s (43) son Lucas are said to be in the All Saints Chapel in Great Windsor Park To be baptized, Berkshire. The Queen definitely wants to experience this highlight – at least one insider claims: “After the great personal disappointment that she missed Remembrance Sunday, she really wants to attend this wonderful event.”

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The final say on whether the Queen is allowed to take part in the baptism, however, have her doctors: Today you decide at short notice whether the 95-year-old is fit enough again after her back sprain. The other guests include, of course, the parents of the baptized people, the godparents and allegedly also Beatrice’s father Prince Andrew (61), Prince William (39) and his wife Duchess Kate (39). By the way, special holy water that Prince Charles (73) had imported from Jordan should be used for the ceremony.

Jack Brooksbank and Princess Eugenie with their son August Philip Hawke

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Jack Brooksbank and Princess Eugenie with their son August Philip Hawke
Zara Tindall and Mike Tindall beim Royal Ascot 2021
Queen Elizabeth II. in Southampton, 2004


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