According to the publication, Elizabeth II allowed the family to violate the principle of communication with the media – “never complain and do not explain anything.”
British Queen Elizabeth II is preparing to retaliate against her grandson Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle, who made scandalous statements about Buckingham Palace, according to The Sun, citing court experts.
In their opinion, the last straw could be the decision of the couple to name their newborn daughter Lilibet – in honor of the queen, who was so-called by a close circle in childhood and by her late husband. It is alleged that Elizabeth II was allegedly not warned about the decision to give the girl such a name, although the press wrote that this was done with her consent. Insiders said that the queen wanted to say goodbye to this name – this is how she signed the note that she put in the coffin of her recently deceased husband Prince Philip.
According to the interlocutors of the publication, after all the events related to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the queen allowed the family to violate the principle of communication with the media – “never complain and do not explain anything.”
However, we note that there is no confirmation of this information. Earlier, a representative of Prince Harry denied tabloid information that the queen’s grandson did not ask for her consent to the name. Some media outlets also wrote that the queen was very moved by the choice of a name for the girl and that she had already admired the baby via video link. Recall, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry became parents for the second time on June 4. They had a daughter, Lilibet Diana (Lily), named after Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Sussex’s late mother, Princess Diana.