The British prince Louis, the third child of prince William and princess Kate, is a recent afternoon in a closed circle baptized in the St. James’s Palace, one of the oldest royal palaces in London. His great-grandparents, queen Elizabeth II (92), and prince Philip (97), were absent. Their absence had nothing to do with their health, it sounds. The British queen has this week been a few different official topafspraken, including the celebrations around the centenary of the British royal air force RAF is now Tuesday and the visit of the American president Donald Trump Friday in Windsor.
The archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, went the wrong. Only the royal family and close friends of the parents, attended the ceremony.
Prince Louis was on april 23, born in St Mary’s hospital, just like his brother George, four and his sister Charlotte of two. He is fifth in line for the British throne, after his grandfather Charles, the prince of Wales and his father prince William and his brother and sister. It is for the first time in the history of the British monarchy that the prince not have his sister jump what follow-up is concerned. That is a reform which the queen instituted and that applies to all births after 28 October 2011. Since then, the oldest child, that the throne is inherited and not the oldest son.