Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have reportedly not asked for official permission from Queen Elizabeth II to name their daughter.
The basics in a nutshell
- Queen Elizabeth was nicknamed Lillybet.
- It was mainly used by her late husband, Prince Philip.
- Harry and Meghan gave their daughter the same name.
the speech? From the late Queen Elizabeth II (†96).
This is what is stated in the new presentation book, “Charles III: The New King.” “New Court. The Inside Story” (German: “Charles III: The New King, The New Court. The Inside Story”).
It was written by none other than English royal biographer Robert Hardman. The 58-year-old has been reporting on the English royal family for decades.
Not only does he have direct access to members of the royal family, but he has also authored several books.
The Daily Mail now has exclusive excerpts from his new book. In it, the author describes an angry queen.
On whom? And of course, Prince Harry (39 years old) and Meghan Markle (42).
One of her employees recalled that Elizabeth II was “angrier than I ever saw her in my life.”
a reason? Prince Harry and Meghan Markle name their daughter's name. She has been named Lilibet (2) since her birth in June 2021.
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The Queen is said to have said this: “I don't own palaces. I don't own palaces or paintings. The only thing that belongs to me is my name. And now they've taken that from me.”
After the birth of the little princess, Harry and Meghan Markle announced that Queen Elizabeth had given them her blessing. This may be true, but it is not entirely true, as the author says in his book.
Meghan Markle: No blessing from Queen Elizabeth?
This claim is supported by the BBC. The radio reported at the time, quoting a source in the palace, that the Queen had not requested this in advance.
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Then Harry and Meghan Markle's spokesperson came forward and said this. The couple certainly would not have chosen the name had they not had “support” from the Queen.
Harry and Meghan Markle also caused a sensation. The two threatened legal action. Hardman wrote against anyone “claiming otherwise, as the BBC has done”.
It shouldn't come to that in the end. Prince Harry did not say a word about finding his daughter's name in his wonderful book, “Spare Parts.”
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been living in the United States since 2020. They live in a villa in California with their daughter, Lilibet, and their son, Archie (4 years old).
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