Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are believed to be keeping a major detail about their daughter Lilibet a secret.
- Prince Harry and Meghan welcomed their first daughter together on the 4th of June and named her Lilibet Diana Mountbatten Windsor, after the Queen and Princess Diana.
- It’s expected that the couple will be keeping the identity of Lilibet’s godparents a secret.
- This royal news comes after it was revealed that the Queen has received an incredible sentimental gift from her great-granddaughters and Lilibet Diana is no exception.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are predicted to be keeping the identity of baby daughter Lilibet’s godparents a secret, just like they did for their son Archie.
The couple also revealed the name of their baby girl, Lilibet Diana Mountbatten Windsor, in a touching tribute to the Queen and Harry’s mother Princess Diana.
Though Lilibet’s name is a sentimental tribute to the Queen, she also has a lovely connection to Prince Philip. Little Lilibet is now the Queen’s 11th great-grandchild and 8th in the line of succession.
The Daily Telegraph has now reported that much like with Archie, Harry and Meghan will likely be keeping the identity of Lilibet’s godparents a secret. This move reportedly breaks royal protocol, as royal baby’s godparents are usually announced to the public.
Harry and Meghan revealed in their interview with Oprah, that they were not planning on having more than two children when they confirmed the gender. Harry also shared how delighted he was to have both a son and a daughter.
In a statement on their Archewell website, announcing the birth of Lilibet they wrote, ‘She is more than we could have ever imagined.’
The royal family has sent their congratulations, the Queen said in her statement, ‘Congratulations to The Duke and Duchess of Sussex on the birth of Lilibet Diana! The Queen, The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall and The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are delighted with the news.’
Princess Eugenie also sent her congratulations saying, ‘Congratulations dear cousins… we couldn’t be happier for you all.’