The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, William and Kate’s Royal baby may have actually snubbed Prince Harry before he is even born with predictions for his godparents. This led to leaving out the tot’s uncle, Harry.
Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie have quite a chance of being named as godmothers of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s third Royal baby.
This honour could also come as quite a shock to Royal fans and followers. This is because Eugenie and Beatrice were not invited to Princess Charlotte’s christening.
“It is indeed possible that Beatrice or Eugenie might be a godparent to the new Royal baby. The emphasis could firmly be on their very close friends. That is after Kate and Prince William broke the tradition and opted for friends and family when Princess Charlotte was christened.
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However, there was no mention of Kate Middleton’s sister, Pippa Matthews or Brother-in-law, Harry who certainly has a lot of practice because he is already godfather of two.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, William and Kate have not yet followed the Royal tradition by making the baby’s uncle a godfather. It happened with Prince Harry, who counts Prince Andrew among his godparents.
PRINCE GEORGE’S GODPARENTS.
Prince George’s godparents include Julia Samuel, who is the founder of Child Bereavement United Kingdom. The other is Jamie Lowther-Pinkerton, the former SAS officer who is also Prince William’s Principal Private Secretary.
PRINCESS CHARLOTTE’S GODPARENTS.
Well, this might come as a shock but members of the Royal Family did not make it on the list of Princess Charlotte’s godparents. Prince William and Kate instead opted for a member of Princess Diana’s family.
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It still remains unclear where the Royal baby will grow up as Prince George has just started school in London. However, when Charlotte was born, the couple opted to make their main residence Anmer Hall. This indeed provided the young family with a degree of privacy in the quiet countryside.
“The new Royal baby will be mainly based at Kensington Palace. The Anmer Hall will only be used at weekends and on holidays. The couple was lucky to have got so much time there and in Wales”.