It looks like Queen Elizabeth will have to wait a little longer until she meets her new granddaughter Lilibet.
According to The Mirror, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will not be bringing their daughter overseas anytime soon. “There will not be a christening in the U.K. It is not happening," an insider said, while another source added it would be "highly unlikely" the christening occurs in England.
Instead, Lilibet — who was born in June — is most likely to be christened into the Episcopal Church of the U.S.
Royal expert Russell Myers revealed that the two still aren't in the best place with the royal family — especially after they both talked smack about what life was like inside the palace.
"I don't think there has been any real push to come over, tensions are still very high in that sphere of things," he shared. "Certainly the Oprah Winfrey interview seems to be fresh in the memory for a lot of people, so whether they would be welcomed back with open arms to sit around the Christmas table, I wouldn't bet on that at the moment."
"It's about time they got on with their own life, not necessarily worrying about other things going on," he stated. "I think the business of the monarchy has to be treated very differently, and the business of their life and what they want is up to them."
It was rumored that the red-headed prince, 37, would be visiting his family soon, as he was going to attend a party for his late mother, but now it's been revealed he will not be there.
“You would have thought it would definitely be something Harry would really want to be at," Ingrid Seward, editor-in-chief of Majesty magazine, said. "I can’t imagine anything less important for him because he would want to respect his mother.”