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Meghan and Harry are delighted: Their daughter Lilibet Diana is beautiful


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Since the birth of their daughter, Meghan and Harry would see only by her smile. According to a source, who spoke to US Weekly magazine, little Lilibet Diana is “absolutely gorgeous”.

A family resemblance? When she was born, Lilibet Diana monopolized the attention of her parents and all those who questioned the appearance of Meghan and Harry’s second child. If no photo has been revealed for now, we already know that the great-granddaughter of Elizabeth II looks particularly like her parents. “Lili is more perfect than Harry and Meghan could ever imagine,” a source revealed to US Weekly magazine this Wednesday, June 9. “They are so in love with her, and she is absolutely gorgeous. She’s a cross between Harry and Meghan. “

Little Lilibet came into the world on June 4 and her birth was announced two days later. This discretion of the Sussex couple, the same as that operated during the birth of Archie in 2019, detests once again with the tradition perpetuated by the royal family. Indeed, each newborn, only a few hours after birth, is usually presented on the front steps of St Mary’s Hospital, as Princess Diana and Kate Middleton did. For her part, Meghan Markle gave birth in the greatest discretion at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital.

Names heavy with meaning

The daughter of Meghan and Harry inherited two highly symbolic names. The first one, Lilibet, was the nickname given to Elizabeth II by her family, and regularly used by Prince Philip in their intimacy. The second, Diana, was chosen in honor of the Princess of Wales, the mother of Prince Harry and Prince William. Diana’s former vocal coach, Stewart Pearce, told US Weekly that the princess would have been “thrilled” with the name. “As Diana was the personification of love and the example of unconditional love, she would have been so happy with the birth of this baby and her lovely names,” he added. A precious legacy.


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Prince Harry: his threat to put out the fire started by the name of his daughter Lilibet

Did Prince Harry and Meghan Markle consult Elizabeth II before naming their daughter? Before the controversy swells across the Channel, the Duke of Sussex took matters into his own hands.

He wanted to be the name of reconciliation, will it be the name of the explosion? Friday, June 4, the royal family was filled with the arrival of a new member: the second child of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Although they distanced themselves from the Crown and moved to the United States, the Sussexes chose symbolic names for their daughter: Lilibet “Lili” Diana, in tribute to Elizabeth II and the late Princess of Wales.

Except that across the Channel, the information has made the effect of a bomb. The reason? According to some media, the Duke of Sussex did not consult his grandmother before choosing the name of his daughter. According to the BBC, which interviewed sources at Buckingham Palace, the Queen had “never been asked” about the couple’s decision to name their new baby after her childhood nickname.

Furious with the article, Prince Harry was quick to take matters into his own hands. Through his law firm, the Duke of Sussex threatened the BBC with legal action. In a letter to some news publishers, Schillings described the article as “false and defamatory”: “The Duke spoke with his family prior to the announcement, in fact his grandmother was the first family member he called.

During that conversation, he shared their desire to name their daughter Lilibet in her honor. If she hadn’t supported them in doing so, they wouldn’t have used that name.” To extinguish the fire caused by the birth of his daughter, Prince Harry even called on one of his relatives, journalist Omid Scobie.

Has Elizabeth II met Harry and Meghan’s daughter?

The author of the explosive biography of the couple, Finding Freedom, also claimed that the Sussexes would not have used the name of Lilibet without the consent of Her Majesty. This new legal threat is therefore another step in the war that the Sussexes have declared on the media since they left the ranks of the Crown. Far from these controversies, the happy parents have in any case insisted on presenting their little Lilibet to Elizabeth II.

As reported by People, Prince Harry’s grandmother had the privilege of discovering the face of her new great-granddaughter by interposed screens. According to a royal source, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, “were very excited and couldn’t wait to unveil their daughter’s face” as soon as they returned home from Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital.

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