Meghan Markle and Harry’s second baby could be the child of reconciliation with the entire royal family. His arrival in the world, scheduled for early summer, could bring them together.
The birth of a child sometimes awakens problems between families. But this happy event can also bring them closer together. So, what will happen with the arrival of Meghan Markle and Harry’s baby girl, expected in early summer? Will the young parents end up reconciling with the British royal family with whom they are at odds? True Royalty TV editor Nick Bullen hopes so with all his heart! “The birth of a baby is always a great unifier for a family,” he said in an interview with US Weekly, relayed by The Sun, this Wednesday, May 12.
Nick Bullen believes it won’t be long before Meghan Markle and Harry hold a family reunion via video conference once their daughter is born to introduce her to those around them. “I think you can be absolutely certain that Harry and Meghan will jump on a Zoom call to introduce Her Majesty to her eleventh great-grandchild,” he quipped. It must be said that between the Covid-19 pandemic and their move to Santa Barbara, the Sussexes will have no choice but to prepare for a meeting by interposed screens. Besides, the queen can keep the links with her great-grandchild Archie, become a real American, only in this way. Their last call was on May 6, on the occasion of the boy’s birthday.
The prognosis is launched for the name of the 2nd baby
There is another reason why the Sussexes and the British royal family could get closer after the birth of this second baby. Meghan Markle and Harry could, in fact, choose a name in tribute to the Duke of Edinburgh. This is, at least, what royal fans think. So much so that some have launched bets on the British website Ladbrokes, as reported by Gala this Thursday, May 13. Thus, one of the names at the top of the ranking of the most likely names is none other than “Philippa”, the female of Prince Philip. Then, we find “Diana”, in tribute to Harry’s mother. Despite the tensions, some imagine the name “Elizabeth”, a nod to the queen.
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