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Lumutqueen 07-21-2010 11:28 AM

Godparents for Autumn and Peter's Baby
 
Seeing as we have a thread guessing the name, can we guess godparents as well?

If moderators wish to merge this with the name thread, please do so. :flowers:

muriel 07-21-2010 11:37 AM

IMO the contenders include

1) Zara
2) One of Beatrice or Eugenie
3) One of Margaret's children?
4) Possibly Harry
5) Others from Autumn's side of the family

Lumutqueen 07-21-2010 11:40 AM

Autumn has a brother Kevin.
Peter also has two half sisters Felicity and Stephanie.

I also think William is a serious contender because he is supposedly very close to his cousin. They became close after Diana's death.

Hopewell 07-21-2010 11:45 AM

My guess would be William as godfather, since he is the future king and Zara. Others will likely be friends and maybe someone in her family. If the baby is a boy, I would imagine William will be in among his names.

CasiraghiTrio 07-21-2010 11:47 AM

These guessing games are always fun.

Probably?

1) Peter's best friend
2) Autumn's best friend
3) Kelly cousin
4) royal cousin
5) Phillips family relation

:biggrin:

Thtregoddess11 07-21-2010 01:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by CasiraghiTrio (Post 1114862)
These guessing games are always fun.

Probably?

1) Peter's best friend
2) Autumn's best friend
3) Kelly cousin
4) royal cousin
5) Phillips family relation

:biggrin:

YES....my guess as well.:biggrin:

Lumutqueen 07-21-2010 01:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Hopewell (Post 1114860)
My guess would be William as godfather, since he is the future king and Zara. Others will likely be friends and maybe someone in her family. If the baby is a boy, I would imagine William will be in among his names.

Why William just for the reason he's going to be King?

AshleyAthena 07-21-2010 04:25 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Lumutqueen (Post 1114922)
Why William just for the reason he's going to be King?

From what I understand, which of course could be wrong, Peter is closer to William than Harry, so if its one of the Wales boys it would be William. I don't think they'd just pick someone just for prestige, after all Peter's pretty proud of his not having a title and being regular.

Lumutqueen 07-21-2010 04:29 PM

Peter was there for William a lot after Diana passed away, which I have posted twice I think in this thread.
So no one is going to be picked for their title.

kelly1972 07-21-2010 04:38 PM

I'd say Zara for sure and either one of Autumn's brothers Kevin or her twin Chris. I think they're half siblings are maybe a bit too young. I think Autumn half brother and sister are 15 and 13 and Peter's half sister Stephanie is only 13 as well. For sure a close friend, Peter has a lot of friends from his school days that were at his wedding that he might want to honour with being a godparent to his firstborn. As for William I'm not sure I do think that one of his cousins will be a godparent maybe either Eugenie or Beatrice. I don't think either have godchildren.

Lumutqueen 07-21-2010 04:42 PM

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Originally Posted by kelly1972 (Post 1115021)
I think they're half siblings are maybe a bit too young. I think Autumn half brother and sister are 15 and 13 and Peter's half sister Stephanie is only 13 as well.

Felicity is 25. :smile:

free2rhyme 07-21-2010 04:50 PM

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Originally Posted by Lumutqueen (Post 1115024)
Felicity is 25. :smile:

They probably never see Felicity. Doesn't she live in Australia? They may not even acknowledge her as their sister seeing that she doesn't seem to have a relationship with them as Stephanie does.

Sereta 07-21-2010 04:57 PM

How many godparents do they usually have for a Church of England baptism?
I think for sure Zara and someone from Autumn's side of the family.

free2rhyme 07-21-2010 06:03 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Sereta (Post 1115037)
How many godparents do they usually have for a Church of England baptism?
I think for sure Zara and someone from Autumn's side of the family.

Generally what I have noticed in the current royal family is that most people seem to have five or six godparents, so that's how many I would assume that the new baby would have.

Iluvbertie 07-21-2010 06:57 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Lumutqueen (Post 1114853)
Autumn has a brother Kevin.
Peter also has two half sisters Felicity and Stephanie.

I also think William is a serious contender because he is supposedly very close to his cousin. They became close after Diana's death.


I actually think they were close before Diana died which made it possible for William and Harry to seek out Peter in that week. William always looked up to Peter as the older brother he didn't have.

However, remember William didn't go to their wedding (yes I know he had another commitment elsewhere - Jecca's brother's wedding) so I wonder just how close they are now.

I would like to see them have one of the York girls as the 'royal' godparent reflecting the fact that the child has royal connections but is also some way from the throne.

Zonk 07-21-2010 07:07 PM

I would imagine it would be Zara and Eugenie (she did do a reading at the wedding) and one of Autumn's brothers and her friend Jackie.

Call me crazy but if my cousin and a friend's brother (or a friend) are getting married the same day, I am going to go my cousin's wedding. But's just me and off topic.

Royal Fan 07-21-2010 10:15 PM

Prince Henry or his brother

I Think Zara will be a Godmother

muriel 07-22-2010 10:51 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Zonk (Post 1115098)
Call me crazy but if my cousin and a friend's brother (or a friend) are getting married the same day, I am going to go my cousin's wedding. But's just me and off topic.

.... but depends if you had already committed to the other wedding?

Hopewell 07-22-2010 07:13 PM

Quote:

Why William just for the reason he's going to be King?
Well, the Prince of Wales is Peter's godfather and I imagine at his age HE won't be picked! Although it's certainly not unheard of in royal circles--King George V was among several of his grandchildren's godparents as was Queen Mary and Queen Victoria. I think as William will be head of the Royal Family in this child's "day" it would be appropriate.

RubyPrincess168 07-23-2010 02:51 AM

Do they stick to the old rules of so many god parents of the same sex as the child and fewer of the opposite sex?

I think we'll see William and Zara for sure. Possibly one of the York girls. But I can't see them going hog wild with godparents either. And would they sell the publishing rights to the baptism like they did with their wedding?

Iluvbertie 07-23-2010 03:55 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by RubyPrincess168 (Post 1115729)
Do they stick to the old rules of so many god parents of the same sex as the child and fewer of the opposite sex?

I think we'll see William and Zara for sure. Possibly one of the York girls. But I can't see them going hog wild with godparents either. And would they sell the publishing rights to the baptism like they did with their wedding?


The Christening will be a much smaller affair than the wedding probably taking place in BP with just the family and godparents present. I hardly think there will be more than a couple of photos issued if any but as it will be inside the Queen's home and after the furore of the wedding being sold I doubt very much that they would make that mistake again.

muriel 07-23-2010 04:59 AM

I do sincerely hope that pictures of the baby or the christening are not sold to a magazine

Lumutqueen 07-23-2010 06:09 AM

When James was christened, we only saw one picture of him and his parents.

soCal girl 07-25-2010 05:47 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by muriel (Post 1115765)
I do sincerely hope that pictures of the baby or the christening are not sold to a magazine

I think Peter and Autumn have learned their lesson the first time around. Even now, articles about Peter and Autumn bring up the whole Hello! magazine spread issue. At best they'll probably release a picture of the christening with the family and godparents.

My guess is that the baby will probably have multiple sets of godparents. I'm assuming that Zara will be one of the godmothers and I think William is also a good guess. As for Autumn's side of the family, one of her brothers will probably be made godfather. I think her twin brother, Chris, is likely in the running. Does anybody know of any close friends of the couple? I'm sure friends will also be honored and not just family.

principessa 08-18-2010 07:47 AM

I guess the godparents will be:

Zara Philips
Prince William of Wales
Chris Kelly
several friends of its parents

Conniption 08-23-2010 03:47 AM

In my genealogy...the first male child is named after the child's father, the first female child after the child's father... and, the second name is regularly, the family name of the mother ! It would be so easy, if everybody adhered to these 'rules' !!!

In my genealogy, the first male child is named after the fathers father, the first female child after the father's mother; second names usually the mothers maiden name. How easy it would be if everybody adhered to these "rules"!!!

amedea 08-23-2010 05:37 AM

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Originally Posted by Conniption (Post 1127333)
In my genealogy, the first male child is named after the fathers father, the first female child after the father's mother; second names usually the mothers maiden name. How easy it would be if everybody adhered to these "rules"!!!

But then if you have 3 sons that all have 1 son, you'll have 3 grandchildren carryng the same name! Can you imagine what a caos at family reunions? :rofl:

KittyAtlanta 08-26-2010 11:58 AM

In the above instance, nicknames are usual. No problem.

Biri 08-26-2010 01:03 PM

Maybe this child will have only two godparents. Nr this child will be titled, nor his/her parents are...

For sure: Zara & Kevin

If more godparents:

Harry, Beatrice, Chris & some friend

KittyAtlanta 08-27-2010 12:20 PM

His parents are titled. The child's father is a Prince, he just chooses not to claim it.

rmay286 08-27-2010 12:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by amedea (Post 1127361)
But then if you have 3 sons that all have 1 son, you'll have 3 grandchildren carryng the same name! Can you imagine what a caos at family reunions? :rofl:

It is (or was) something like that in the Netherlands where my family comes from. My mom has the same name as one of her cousins and my uncle has the same name as one of his cousins. I believe they're born in the same year, too, and they were in the same class at school and had the same last name! They ended up using their father's first names as initials to distinguish them from each other :lol:

Zonk 08-27-2010 12:52 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by KittyAtlanta (Post 1130038)
His parents are titled. The child's father is a Prince, he just chooses not to claim it.

Peter's father is not titled. His title of Captain is based on his military career. Peter's mother is HRH The Princess Royal, and titles don't pass thru the female line. As both Anne and Mark declined an Earldom or any other title at their wedding, Peter is Mr. Peter Phillips and thus his children will not have any title.

Iluvbertie 08-27-2010 07:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by KittyAtlanta (Post 1130038)
His parents are titled. The child's father is a Prince, he just chooses not to claim it.


In the BRF Princes are only the sons and male line grandsons of a monarch:

Charles, Prince of Wales
William of Wales
Harry of Wales
Andrew, Duke of York
Edward, Earl of Wessex
James of Wessex (not using the title at request of parents and with permission of the monarch)
Richard, Duke of Gloucester
Edward, Duke of Kent
Michael of Kent

Philip is an exception as he was created a Prince by the Queen in 1957 - 10 years after their marriage and 5 years after she became Queen but he had been born a Prince in his own right.

Princesses do not pass on titles to their husbands or their children thus Princess Elizabeth - the present Queen couldn't pass on a title to her children without new Letters Patent being issued just before Charles' birth - otherwise he would have been born Lord Charles Mountbatten, Earl of Merioneth (as a courtesy title - and he could still use that today as the heir to the Dukedom of Edinburgh) - through his father's title.

Margaret also couldn't pass on a title to her children so her husband was created Earl Snowdon so that her children would be born as Lord David Armstrong-Jones, Lord Linley as a courtesy as the heir to the Earldom and Lady Sarah Armstrong-Jones.

Anne and Mark chose not to have Mark given a title and so their children were born plain Master Peter Philips (now as an adult Mr Peter Philips) and Miss Zara Philips. They have no titles and are not entitled to any titles. As Anne says 'My children are not royal. They just have the Queen for a grandmother'.

In the next generation only William and Harry can pass on the title Prince/Princess (and in the current reign only William to his eldest son).

Beatrice, Eugenie and Louise (who like her brother doesn't use the HRH Princess title) hold that title because their descent from the monarch is male line - like the present Dukes of Gloucester and Kent, Prince Michael of Kent and Princess Alexandra - these four are male line grandchildren of George V. None of their children will be HRH Prince/Princess (unless something happens to William and Harry before they have a legitimate child in which case Beatrice would become the eventual heir).

tiaratop 12-24-2010 12:03 AM

her family is Catholic, how could they be God parents?

Iluvbertie 12-24-2010 12:32 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tiaratop (Post 1180249)
her family is Catholic, how could they be God parents?


The child will be raised protestant and there is no bar on having a Roman Catholic godparent - just on being a Roman Catholic or marrying a Roman Catholic.

Osipi 12-24-2010 01:31 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Iluvbertie (Post 1180261)
The child will be raised protestant and there is no bar on having a Roman Catholic godparent - just on being a Roman Catholic or marrying a Roman Catholic.

Along the same lines, the Prince of Wales is godfather to Camilla and Andrew Parker-Bowles oldest son Tom who I believe was raised in the Catholic faith. I believe the godparents just have to make the promise that they will oversee and make sure the child is raised in the faith their parents wished them to be.

Iluvbertie 12-24-2010 02:32 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Osipi (Post 1180270)
Along the same lines, the Prince of Wales is godfather to Camilla and Andrew Parker-Bowles oldest son Tom who I believe was raised in the Catholic faith. I believe the godparents just have to make the promise that they will oversee and make sure the child is raised in the faith their parents wished them to be.


Exactly. My godchildren are both Roman Catholic but I am CoE.

Nichola 12-24-2010 07:51 AM

I would be surprised if Zara and William weren't asked...

Lenora 12-24-2010 09:20 AM

I would be glad to see Kate and William

Lady Oona 12-24-2010 01:08 PM

Maybe Mike now that he and Zara are engaged. Zara is a definite in my book with William as a close second.

jaynecman 12-26-2010 05:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tiaratop (Post 1180249)
her family is Catholic, how could they be God parents?

Quote:

Originally Posted by Iluvbertie (Post 1180261)
The child will be raised protestant and there is no bar on having a Roman Catholic godparent - just on being a Roman Catholic or marrying a Roman Catholic.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Osipi (Post 1180270)
Along the same lines, the Prince of Wales is godfather to Camilla and Andrew Parker-Bowles oldest son Tom who I believe was raised in the Catholic faith. I believe the godparents just have to make the promise that they will oversee and make sure the child is raised in the faith their parents wished them to be.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Iluvbertie (Post 1180281)
Exactly. My godchildren are both Roman Catholic but I am CoE.

as long as you are christend/baptized into your own denomination ie roman catholic or CoE, it does not matter what type of church you go to or what church the child will be brought up in.

Iluvbertie 12-26-2010 05:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jaynecman (Post 1181109)
as long as you are christend/baptized into your own denomination ie roman catholic or CoE, it does not matter what type of church you go to or what church the child will be brought up in.


For this child to be in the line of succession he/she will have to be raised and confirmed in any religion besides Roman Catholic. As both the parents are now members of the CoE the child will surely be raised within that church.

Leslie2006 12-27-2010 03:09 PM

Godparents:
Prince William
Christopher Kelly
Zara Phillips
Queen Elizabeth II
a Kelly family friend

magnik 12-27-2010 03:48 PM

Zara, William, Harry
Chris Kelly or someone else from Autumn's family

Iluvbertie 12-27-2010 04:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Leslie2006 (Post 1181538)
Godparents:
Prince William
Christopher Kelly
Zara Phillips
Queen Elizabeth II
a Kelly family friend

I doubt if the Queen would be god-mother to her great-grandchild.

The Queen is seriously religious and would probably see the position of godparent as one that involves being involved somewhat in the child's life for the first 14-15 years at least.

Now we may all think that the Queen will live that long, and so might she, but she knows that there is a chance that as she gets older that she will be less able to carry out the duties of godparent and thus I doubt that she would take on that role now.

Does anyone else think that the child may have already been born but that no announcement has been made yet for some reason?

Lemon Lyman 12-27-2010 05:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Iluvbertie

Does anyone else think that the child may have already been born but that no announcement has been made yet for some reason?

I was wondering that too

Dierna23 12-27-2010 05:31 PM

:previous: Me too! It could be possible, IMO.

Nichola 12-27-2010 05:43 PM

It could explain why Anne,Tim and Zara weren't at the Christmas Day celebrations?Hmmmm.

Penny Lane 12-27-2010 06:49 PM

I guess it could be but I have a hard time beliving the could keep it secret for more than a day or two.

Iluvbertie 12-27-2010 07:04 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Penny Lane (Post 1181636)
I guess it could be but I have a hard time beliving the could keep it secret for more than a day or two.

Agreed but if the child was born on Christmas Day I could easily see them waiting until the 'holiday' period is over before announcing and thus keeping that little secret just for themselves to enjoy over the Christmas period.

Iluvbertie 12-27-2010 07:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Nichola (Post 1181617)
It could explain why Anne,Tim and Zara weren't at the Christmas Day celebrations?Hmmmm.


Unless the child was already at home and able to go to Sandringham I wouldn't have expected to see any of them at Sandringham while there was a chance the baby could be born, particularly given the weather in England at the moment.

angieuk 12-29-2010 05:27 AM

I think a girl in January.

Biri 12-29-2010 05:39 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Nichola (Post 1181617)
It could explain why Anne,Tim and Zara weren't at the Christmas Day celebrations?Hmmmm.

But it's not Anne, nor Zara, (less Tim:rofl:) who is on the point on giving birth; it's Autumn. On Nobless et Royautes it was written that Princess Royal spent the Eve with her daughter & her fiance.

Iluvbertie 12-29-2010 06:17 AM

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Originally Posted by Biri (Post 1182107)
But it's not Anne, nor Zara, (less Tim:rofl:) who is on the point on giving birth; it's Autumn. On Nobless et Royautes it was written that Princess Royal spent the Eve with her daughter & her fiance.


As they all live in Gloucestershire I could imagine that they would get together somewhere on the day but most importantly, they were close to each other for when the baby is born - rather than have Peter and Autumn at Gatcombe and the rest of them across the country (sort of) in Norfolk. With the weather in the UK at the moment that is also important.

Emeralds and Opals 12-30-2010 02:35 PM

Zara Phillips
Chris Kelly
Prince William

The music room-Buckingham Palace or St George's Chapel-Windsor Castle or The Queen's Chapel at St James Palace between February-March or May 2011.

Princess Luna 12-31-2010 09:46 AM

I think Princess Anne will be one of the godparents:smile:

Lenora 12-31-2010 09:48 AM

I think maybe Prince Harry,Prince William,Zara Phillips or Lady Rose Gilman,either Lady Gabriella Windsor

Princess Martine 12-31-2010 11:29 AM

Prince William
Zara Phillips

CharlotteAmalia 12-31-2010 12:48 PM

Godparents:
- Prince William
- Zara Phillips
- Chris Kelly
- a friend of Autumn

I'm pretty sure, that the grandparents or even greatgrandparents will not become godparents. People older than 50 years (like Anne e.g.) are rarely chosen as godparent - just my experience among protestant families. I don't know the reasons.

I believe the little girl is baptised in St. George's Chapel (Windsor) between 15. February and 15. March 2011.

Susan D 12-31-2010 12:53 PM

I do not yet think about godparents for this baby girl. I only hope and worry about the child's name! For instance, I hope that the child is called something sensible like Patricia Anne and nothing like Zara or Columbus!!

rossop7 12-31-2010 04:10 PM

Are either Beatrice or Eugenie godparents to any child out there yet? I could see one of them getting asked if they aren't ones already. Then again I've no idea how close or not close the Phillips are to the Yorks...

Lumutqueen 12-31-2010 05:07 PM

It hasn't been announced that they are godmothers.

Zonk 12-31-2010 06:34 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rossop7 (Post 1183215)
Are either Beatrice or Eugenie godparents to any child out there yet? I could see one of them getting asked if they aren't ones already. Then again I've no idea how close or not close the Phillips are to the Yorks...

Well anything is possible.

Eugenie did give a reading at Peter and Autumn's wedding.

Royal Fan 01-01-2011 10:58 PM

Prince William Catherine Middleton Zara and Mike The Queen and Prince Philip

Mia_mae 01-02-2011 11:24 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Susan D (Post 1183155)
I do not yet think about godparents for this baby girl. I only hope and worry about the child's name! For instance, I hope that the child is called something sensible like Patricia Anne and nothing like Zara or Columbus!!

and what about Savannah ? :cool:

queenofcelts 01-03-2011 03:23 PM

I think prince William definately and Zara. How many Godparents should be? 4?

MRSJ 01-03-2011 03:57 PM

Is it possible she'll gave no godparents? Please excuse me if I am off base, I don't know much about religion...

CharlotteAmalia 01-04-2011 02:12 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MRSJ (Post 1184670)
Is it possible she'll gave no godparents? Please excuse me if I am off base, I don't know much about religion...

I think it is not possible to be christened without godparents. If the parents didn't ask anybody to be godparent, then the priest will choose anybody (e.g. from the elders/church counsel).

hilal 01-05-2011 03:51 AM

Zara & Mike

Duchess 01-05-2011 07:11 AM

has the name been announced yet?

Lumutqueen 01-05-2011 08:32 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Duchess (Post 1185464)
has the name been announced yet?

Savannah Phillips.

Biri 01-08-2011 07:42 AM

Zara & Twin brother of Autumn.
Definitely not William: he doesn't deserve such a distinction, after he disregarded the wedding of her parents and chose to go to a friend's wedding, causing unpleasantness to Peter and Kate (for the bridegroom was a brother of William's ex-girlfriend, Jessica Craig).

Lumutqueen 01-08-2011 11:43 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Biri (Post 1187668)
Definitely not William: he doesn't deserve such a distinction, after he disregarded the wedding of her parents and chose to go to a friend's wedding, causing unpleasantness to Peter and Kate (for the bridegroom was a brother of William's ex-girlfriend, Jessica Craig).

How do you know that it has caused unpleasantness?
William was invited to the other wedding, prior to Peters engagement, he would have been just as rude to reject going to the other wedding.
Kate was sent in Williams place, and from the articles I read surrounding the wedding, Autumn and Peter get on well with Kate.

Biri 01-09-2011 08:24 AM

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Originally Posted by Lumutqueen (Post 1187882)
How do you know that it has caused unpleasantness?
William was invited to the other wedding, prior to Peters engagement, he would have been just as rude to reject going to the other wedding.
Kate was sent in Williams place, and from the articles I read surrounding the wedding, Autumn and Peter get on well with Kate.

The ceremony in a family is more important than that at friends.
As far as I have read, William gained a big minus at British people by his decision.
And as for Kate: Would you feel pleased if your boyfriend went to a ceremony in a family of his ex-girlfriend? I wouldn't.Kate didn't say anything, but I feel that inside her all was boiling with envy.
I would have also feel unpleasant if my first cousin, which I have grown accustomed to, had chosen to go to his/her friend wedding,instead of mine one.
After it became known that the wedding of Peter & Autumn would take place that day, William could have called to his friend-groom-to-be and explain him everything; I am sure that this man would have understood the situation and wouldn't have felt offended.

As for Christening:
William already has one godchild,
Chris Kelly is a closer relative to the little one than William
The little one's family from her mother's side cannot be discriminated; Savannah is also "their" child, not only of the BRF.

Skippy 01-09-2011 08:43 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Biri (Post 1188619)
The ceremony in a family is more important than that at friends.

That is up to one's individual opinion and not for anyone else to decide.

Quote:

As far as I have read, William gained a big minus at British people by his decision.
And as for Kate: Would you feel pleased if your boyfriend went to a ceremony in a family of his ex-girlfriend? I wouldn't.Kate didn't say anything, but I feel that inside her all was boiling with envy.
I would have also feel unpleasant if my first cousin, which I have grown accustomed to, had chosen to go to his/her friend wedding,instead of mine one.
So because you wouldn't feel pleased if such a thing would occur, you are certain that Kate wasn't pleased either?

Quote:

After it became known that the wedding of Peter & Autumn would take place that day, William could have called to his friend-groom-to-be and explain him everything; I am sure that this man would have understood the situation and wouldn't have felt offended.
You don't know that, that is all assumption.

Quote:

As for Christening:
William already has one godchild,
Chris Kelly is a closer relative to the little one than William
The little one's family from her mother's side cannot be discriminated; Savannah is also "their" child, not only of the BRF.
So because William already has one godchild he has no right to have another?
And as far as I know Autumn's family has never been and never will be discriminated.

:whistling::whistling::whistling:

Zonk 01-09-2011 10:18 AM

Let's stay on topic and cool the speculation about William's relationship with Peter and Autumn Phillips.

MRSJ 01-09-2011 10:55 AM

I am all for staying on topic but can I ask real quick, who is Williams godchild?

I think godparents will be Autumns brother and Zara- and if they need 4 maybe also Autumns best friend (who was her maid of honor?) and William (who I have heard is actually close to Phillip)

Susan D 01-09-2011 10:59 AM

I do not care who the godparents are. With a name, though beautiful, like Savannah, and despite the parents' wedding reception having been at Frogmore Hourse, Baby Phillips is a member of the public and is not royalty and is nothing to do with me.

windsorgirl 01-09-2011 11:02 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MRSJ (Post 1188716)
I am all for staying on topic but can I ask real quick, who is Williams godchild?

I think godparents will be Autumns brother and Zara- and if they need 4 maybe also Autumns best friend (who was her maid of honor?) and William (who I have heard is actually close to Phillip)

William's godchild (the one I know about anyway) is Prince Constantine of Greece, the son of Pavlos and Marie-Chantal.

Zonk 01-09-2011 11:03 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MRSJ (Post 1188716)
I am all for staying on topic but can I ask real quick, who is Williams godchild?

I think godparents will be Autumns brother and Zara- and if they need 4 maybe also Autumns best friend (who was her maid of honor?) and William (who I have heard is actually close to Phillip)

William is the godfather of Constantine Alexios of Greece and Denmark, eldest son of Crown Prince Pavlos and Crown Princess Marie Chantal of Greece and Denmark.

I think the chances are he could be a godfather to Savannah.

MRSJ 01-09-2011 11:03 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by windsorgirl

William's godchild (the one I know about anyway) is Prince Constantine of Greece, the son of Pavlos and Marie-Chantal.

Thank you for the information, I did not know that :)

Lumutqueen 01-09-2011 11:33 AM

As for the Christening, I would like to see William as a godfather, Peter and William seem very close. I think there will be only one royal godparents, the rest family and friends.


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