The British admitted a mistake in relation to the daughter of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

The Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, and her husband, Prince Harry, were worried that the queen would not approve of the chosen name of their newborn daughter and was overly cautious in this case.

The 39-year-old star of the TV series “Suits” and 36-year-old Duke of Sussex got an heiress, who was named after the grandmother and mother of Prince Lilibet Diana. Some Britons believed that the lovers gave the name of their daughter without the knowledge of Elizabeth II, but they were wrong.

In their favor, the presence of a registered domain speaks. So, the first one was created on the Internet at the end of May. It was called Only after the birth of the child and the permission received, a new symbolic name appeared on the Network After learning the details, the British citizens decided to apologize to the close relatives of the monarch for their speculation.

“It was hard to believe them after all. But obviously, they did consult Her Majesty, since there was another option.”

“At least in some ways, Meghan and Harry did not lie,” wrote users on the Network. Today, the newlyweds live in Montecito in Santa Barbara County, California. After acquiring their own real estate, they signed multimillion-dollar contracts to gain financial freedom from the royal family.

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2 thoughts on “The British admitted a mistake in relation to the daughter of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle”

  1. More lies about sad Harry and princess Pinnochio. The British have not apologized and the Royal machinery have sided with the BBC. Harry and Pinnochio have a strange idea of the truth!

  2. I think that the British people and the News Outlet should lean back and get facts before they print anything… But who am I just a Reader…


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