Originally Posted by HRH Kerry
Neither are mine. But assuming if something grave happens to the parents then the godparents are the ones to rear the children. I like the idea of the siblings taking on that responsibility and keeping the children within the family. Adds further mystery to the family also.
You got that right!
The Princely family is really interesting. Most other royal/princely families create connections to other families through the role of godparents. I also didn't know that the godparents take over in the event something happens to the parents. I think in some cases, parents have a will that specifies someone, but anyway that's getting off topic. I wonder who is Theodora's godparent (Astrid and Alexander's daughter)?
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