Prince Harry and Meghan Markle baptized their daughter Lilith Diana last Friday. Amazing, the girl is called a princess for the first time.
Party at Harry and Meghan’s house. Daughter Lilibet Diana, who is now about 21 months old, was baptized last Friday in the United States, where the couple lives. The British royal family was invited to the christening, but they sent their cat.
But in particular the statement of the Baptismal Announcement is of great interest. After all, he mentions “Princess Lilibet Diana” for the first time. A title she had deserved according to the rules since her grandfather, Charles, lived his life as king.
However, on the Buckingham Palace website containing an overview of the heirs to the throne, Lilibet is still referred to as “Miss”, and older brother Archie is referred to as “Mr”. In response to the BBC, it appears the site will be “updated in due course”.
As a reminder, Father Harry and Mother Meghan turned their backs on the royal family in 2020 and handed over their royal titles, the so-called titles of His Royal Highness – His Royal Highness and Her Royal Highness. They were allowed to keep the title of Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
Harry and Meghan were previously left open about whether they would use the surnames for their children. Princess Anne and Prince Edward, the sister and brother of King Charles, declined those titles for their children at the time. According to the British press, Harry and Meghan want to let their children decide for themselves whether or not they will receive the royal title. Meanwhile, the couple only dropped the titles of Prince and Princess on “official matters.”
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