The Prince of Wales and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, are currently embarking on a four-day tour of the Middle East, with the royals visiting Jordan and Egypt. The heir to the throne, 73, and his wife were afforded the honor of being able to dip their fingers in the water of where Jesus was baptized, Daily Mail reported.
Now, Charles is reportedly bringing back "five or six dozen bottles" of holy water from the Jordan River for future family baptisms — which could include that of Harry and Meghan's second child, who was born on June 4.
By tradition, royal babies are always baptized with water from the spot where Jesus was once baptized by John the Baptist.
"This time the Embassy people asked for a few dozens [bottles] of Holy water and we provided them with five dozen, six dozen, prior to this trip," the Director General of the Baptism Site, Rustom Mkhjian, told the outlet.
Mkhjian maintained he was not aware who the water was intended for, as Princess Beatrice's daughter Sienna Elizabeth has also yet to be christened. "I didn't know, I didn't want to ask," he reportedly explained. "But they said we wanted it for children to be baptized later on. Future baptisms, yes."
It remains unclear when or where the Duke and Duchess of Sussexs' daughter will be christened, given that 2-year-old Archie was baptized in a secret ceremony at Windsor Castle with the water from the Jordan River.
A spokesperson for the couple reportedly confirmed in October that nothing had been finalized regarding Lilibet's christening, but Mkhjian ensured the water would last indefinitely.
"It is pure water blessed from the spot where Jesus was baptized," Mkhjian proudly added. "It is holy and blessed from this particular spot in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan."