Queen is ‘desperate’ to meet Meghan and Harry’s baby, royal author claims

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry named their daughter in honor of their great-grandmother, the Queen, and their late grandmother, Princess Diana

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Harry and Meghan welcome their baby daughter and name her Lilibet “Lili” Diana

The Queen is ‘desperate’ to meet Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s baby daughter Lilibet, a royal author claims.

Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor was born in California last June and has yet to travel to the UK.

Meghan and Harry named their daughter Princess Diana in honor of their great-grandmother, the Queen, and their late grandmother.

The couple, who are also proud parents to two-year-old Archie, relocated to the United States in 2020 when they stepped down from their roles as senior royals.

Princess Eugenie is believed to be the only member of the royal family who has traveled to the US to visit the Sussexes in their new home.

But the Queen, 95, who no longer travels abroad, is said to be “desperate” to see her great-grandchild in person.

The Queen, 95, will celebrate her platinum anniversary this summer



The Sussexes currently live in California



Royal author Brian Hoey, who has written extensively about the monarchy, tells “I’ve heard from people I know in the royal household that they really would like to see the baby like this.

“I think she’d like to do it, I wonder if it’s going to happen, I’d like to think it could happen.”

Since Prince Harry and Meghan started a new life in the US, the prince has only returned to the UK twice – for Prince Philip’s funeral and to unveil a statue of Princess Diana.

Both times, Meghan stayed at home with son Archie, who has also not returned to the UK since moving to the US.

It comes after royal expert Tom Bower suggested Prince Harry faces the “ultimate test” of whether to return to the UK for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations this summer.

The couple’s bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey rocked the monarchy last year as they made a series of damning claims about their time in the royal family.

Speaking of the widespread tensions between the Sussexes and the company, Mr Hoey said: “It might not be as bad as we think from the outside anyway.

“I am absolutely certain that the Queen has no feelings of disapproval towards Harry and Meghan, none at all, she would certainly welcome them back if they came.”

A proud grandmother to her eight grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren, the Queen has one sweet tradition when Prince George, Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte visit.

Speaking on the ITV documentary ‘Our Queen at 90’, the Duchess of Cambridge said: “[The Queen] always leaves a small gift or something in her room when we leave and stay, and that just shows her love for her family.”

Kate also revealed that the Queen was one of the first visitors when Princess Charlotte was born.

She said: “The Queen was really thrilled that it was a little girl.

“I think as soon as we came back here to Kensington she was one of our first visitors here.

“I think she likes Charlotte a lot. She’s always watching what she’s up to.”

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