The Queen will attend Sunday’s baptism if she is able to. This will be her first public appearance since October 20, when she spent a night in hospital.
Mexico City- Queen Elizabeth II, despite recent health issues is determined to take part in the Sunday baptism of her great-grandson.
A source told The Sun that the 95-year-old monarch was “ready to attend an exciting event at the Royal Chapel of All Saints in Berkshire, England”.
“She knows how important this is to her grandchildren and great-grandchildren,” the source shared.
“After some members (including the queen) have been through difficult times, this event will be a touching family occasion and a genuine moment of celebration.
It is believed that the royal family’s first baptism was the joint one of August, 9 months old, and Lucas, 8 years old.
The event will be held the day after the 74th anniversary of the Queen’s marriage with her husband, Prince Philip, who died in April at the age of 99.
August and Lucas, in memory of their great-grandfather, were given the middle names Philip. It made the moment of their baptism all the more touching.
Eugenia’s father Prince Andrew and mother Sarah Ferguson are expected to attend, as will the princess’s cousin Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton.
Eugenia Brooksbank (31 years old) and Jack Brooksbank (brand ambassador), welcomed August in February. He is the first child for the couple.
Tyndall, aged 40, gave birth on March 1st to Lucas. Her husband Mike Tindall, a former football player (Mike Tindall), also has two daughters, Mia, 7 years old, and Lena (3 years).
The Sunday baptism will mark the queen’s first public appearance since her stay in hospital on October 20th. The queen was given permission to rest but the monarch continued to fulfill her royal duties at home.