The Duke and Duchess of Sussex did not ask permission from the British Queen Elizabeth II to name Lilibet’s daughter Diana, journalist and writer Penny Junor said. Reported by the Mirror.
The author of several books about the royal family is sure that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle deceived Elizabeth II when they asked her opinion about the choice of a name for their daughter, who was born on June 4. The domain name lilibetdiana.com was redeemed on the day the Queen was called, but Junor noticed that a similar Internet address, lilidiana.com, had been registered as early as May 31st.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle claimed to buy these addresses so that people would not profit from their daughter in the future. However, Junor is sure that the decision to name her daughter Lilibet in honor of the household nickname of Elizabeth II was made long before the girl was born, and the queen was simply presented with a fact. “Prince Harry clearly did not consult with the queen,” – said the journalist.
Earlier, a representative of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex said that Prince Harry asked the Queen’s permission to name Lilibet’s daughter, and would not give her this name if Elizabeth II was against it.
In early June, it became known that Elizabeth II was ready to make peace with Prince Harry when he arrived in London to unveil a monument to Princess Diana. She has already invited Harry to dine with her at Windsor Castle when he arrives from the United States for the unveiling of his mother’s monument on July 1.