Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Join the Queen for the Christening of Zara Tindall's Daughter
The ceremony saw Prince Harry, 34, taking on his latest key role: godfather
And the ceremony for the baby daughter of Harry’s cousin Zara Tindall and her husband Mike Tindall saw Harry, 34, taking on his latest key role: godfather, PEOPLE confirms.
Meghan, 37, who is due to give birth in late April, wore a vintage 1960s brown silk coat by Dior Haute Couture and small navy blue beret for the special day. She and her husband left the service hand-in-hand.
Proud dad and former England rugby player Mike Tindall was seen carrying his 9-month-old daughter from St. Nicholas Church in Cherington, Gloucestershire.
The royals were spotted at the church, about three miles from the royal estate at Gatcombe, where the Tindalls have a home. Pictures, first revealed in the Daily Mail, show the Queen, 92, carrying an order of service and other guests, including Zara’s divorced parents Princess Anne and Mark Phillips.
Last summer, a few weeks after Lena’s birth, Mike Tindall told PEOPLE everything was “brilliant so far.”
“So far, so good. I can’t complain,” the former rugby star added. “[Lena] eats, sleeps.”
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Missing from the event were William and Kate Middleton, who were miles away marking St. Patrick’s Day with a special event. The couple were in west London toasting the Irish Guards regiment for a special St. Patrick’s Day ceremony.