This Saturday, June 4, the little Lilibet Diana celebrates her first birthday with the royal family, in the United Kingdom, in the middle of the Queen’s jubilee. The opportunity to look at the relationship of the daughter of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry with her big brother, Archie.
Happy birthday! Lilibet Diana blows her first candle this Saturday, June 4. A birthday that the girl celebrates surrounded by the royal family, in the United Kingdom, on the occasion of the platinum jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II. And it seems that one of her gifts was to make (finally) the acquaintance of her great-grandmother! Prince Harry and Meghan Markle actually presented their daughter to the sovereign in Windsor, says the British press. According to the Daily Mail, the meeting took place during the private lunch held after the Trooping the Colour military parade. “These moments with Lilibet and the Queen are very private and we know how much she was looking forward to it,” Omid Scobie, a journalist close to the royal couple, told the BBC.
Never far from his little sister, Archie was obviously present to surround Lilibet Diana on her first birthday. The young boy, now 3 years old, would indeed have a lot of affection for her, and the two would get along wonderfully. What to make the joy of their parents Harry and Meghan. As a source explained to US Weekly in October 2021, the eldest son of the Sussexes, who would be a real rascal according to his father, “adores” his sister and “gives her lots of kisses”. A brotherly relationship that makes you dream!
Archie complicit with Lilibet Diana since his birth
When Lilibet Diana was just a few days old, her big brother had already fallen in love with her. He is “a total fan”, a source close to the Duke and Duchess told CloserWeekly. The toddler was then “so happy to be a big brother”, and loved her “already a lot”, she added. Shortly after the birth of his little sister, Archie had held her in his arms “with the help of his parents”, while being “kind and affectionate” towards her, had reported US Weekly. And no “jealousy issues” seemed to be on the horizon. Let’s hope it lasts!
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