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Lilibet Diana: Will Elizabeth II finally meet Meghan and Harry’s daughter?


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Having accepted the invitation to attend the Diana Awards, the Sussexes and their children should make their return to England in December. The opportunity for Queen Elizabeth II to meet for the first time her great granddaughter, as revealed by a royal expert.

The time of the meetings has finally come! On June 6, 2021, Lilibet Diana became a new member of the British royal family. However, with Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle having made the choice to live in the United States, Queen Elizabeth II does not yet have the chance to meet her great-granddaughter. Although she had the opportunity to discover the adorable little face of Archie’s sister, through the WhatsApp application, Her Majesty hopes to see the little girl in the flesh. A wish that could soon become reality.

On the occasion of the Diana Awards ceremony, scheduled for next December, the Sussexes and their two children should make their big return to England, as Natalie Oliveri notes in the Australian program Today: “It will be the first time that Queen Elizabeth will meet her great-granddaughter Lilibet,” says the royal expert. It will also be a great opportunity for the whole royal family to see little Archie again. It’s already been a year since they last saw him.”

Despite the tensions caused by the upcoming release of his memoirs, the son of the princess of hearts could not miss this evening for anything in the world. “This event has taken place every year since the death of Princess Diana,” explains Nathalie Oliveri to our Australian colleagues. Back on English soil during the holiday season, the royal expert wonders about the plans of the couple. “Their arrival could also imply that the Sussexes would spend Christmas with the rest of the royal family. From then on, Harry and Meghan couldn’t give the Queen a better Christmas present.

The queen is missing from the christening?

The Christmas dinner is likely to be lively. If their presence is indeed confirmed for the New Year’s Eve, many subjects may be put under the tree. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will certainly not escape the questions around the christening of their little one. Despite the high tensions, the Sussexes wanted the event to take place in Windsor, as was the case for their son Archie in 2019. “Harry has told several people that they want Lili to be christened in Windsor, just like her brother. They are happy to wait until circumstances allow,” a royal source had told the Daily Mail.

Not having to fly, Queen Elizabeth should not decline the invitation. However, her presence remains an eternal question mark. “It puts her in a very complicated position, she will not be able to say she is not available for years,” says Angela Levin, who thinks that expecting her presence is “unreasonable” from Harry. In an interview with TalkRadio TV, the royal expert recalled that the widow of Prince Philip had not been at the baptism of Louis, the son of Kate and William in July 2018, because of a too busy schedule.

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