Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have recently caught up in New York. The couple was also seen at the likes of large-scale events such as Global Citizen Live and like a school in Harlem from where Markle has completed her schooling, which was written in her best-selling book, namely ‘The Bench.’
Markle Followed the Tradition of Royal Family
Meghan has also shared about her three-month-old daughter Lilibet. She talked of Lilibet while visiting the One World Trade Center. She answered about her daughter with a lot of excitement and grace when asked by a reporter about her three-month-old beautiful baby Lilibet. Mother Markle replied to the reporter by saying that her daughter Lilibet is beautiful.
About the two-year-old, Archie, when asked by the reporter, Meghan Markle was grinning. She showed thumbs up when she replied about her and Prince Harry’s Son Archie. It won’t be wrong to say that Markle is quite conservative towards her daughter Lilibet which was quite clear as she has not uploaded any picture of her daughter since her birth. This shows that Markle has continued the tradition of not publicizing her children as other royal children did.
Significance of Name Lilibet and Nickname Lili
Lilibet’s nickname was Lili, given by her parents which were named after Queen Elizabeth II. This was not immediately declared openly in public; instead, Markle and Harry both waited two days for this to open up publicly. The couple shared this happy news through a statement issued to the press.
They have also mentioned this on their Archewell website and not on any official royal communication channels. Which states that Lilibet Came to this world and opened her eyes right on Friday at 11:40 AM.
In Santa Barbara hospital, Lilibet was born and weighed 7 lbs 11 oz. A spokesperson for both Markle and Harry said that it is a great joy to welcome The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s daughter Lilibet whose nickname is ‘Lili’ Diana Mountbatten-Windsor. Which is a tribute to Harry’s mother to Princess Diana to be the middle name of Lillibet as Diana. And Lili as a tribute to her grandmother, The Queen.