Meghan Markle and Prince Harry hit back at ‘defamatory’ report on daughter Lilibet’s name

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle welcomed their second baby, Lilibet ‘Lili’ Diana Mountbatten-Windsor on June 4, 2021. They introduced the little lady’s title final week and defined that it was a homage to the Prince’s grandmother, Queen Elizabeth who was nicknamed Lilibet. It additionally paid respect to Prince Harry’s late mom Lady Diana. 

Recently, a report by BBC claimed that the couple didn’t ask Queen Elizabeth II earlier than naming their daughter, Lilibet. The article has disputed stories of the claims that Harry and Meghan had spoken to the Queen previous to naming their baby. In the report, it was additionally prompt {that a} Sussex spokesperson had claimed that the couple wouldn’t have used the title if the Queen would have disapproved of it.  

Now, the royal couple’s attorneys on the regulation agency Schillings has despatched a authorized discover to BBC claiming that the report was “false and defamatory.” According to a report by the BBC, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle had requested the broadcaster to not repeat the false claims sooner or later. Several stories had claimed that the Queen was the primary member of the family to know of the choice to call their baby Lilibet. Queen Elizabeth II issued a public assertion expressing her pleasure over the information of her nice grand daughter’s start. Harry’s father Prince Charles too mentioned that he was glad to listen to the information. 

Why is Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s daughter’s title important?

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle introduced their daughter’s title on June 6, 2021. The couple mentioned that they’d determined to call the little lady Lilibet after Prince Harry’s grandmother. According to BBC, the younger Princess Elizabeth wouldn’t have the ability to pronounce her title correctly. 

She would name herself Lilibet, which quickly turned her nickname after her grandfather King George V began calling her the identical. Prince Philip, Duke Of Edinburgh and Queen Elizabeth II’s late husband would additionally name his spouse Lilibet affectionately. Apparently, the queen had signed her title as Lilibet on the funeral wreath of considered one of her closest mates Earl Mountbatten. 

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