Lilibet Diana: Prince Charles “extremely sad” not to have met his granddaughter

Lilibet, the daughter of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, has celebrated her ninth month. But the baby still has not met his father’s family. A situation that pains his grandfather, Prince Charles, as reported by The Express.

On June 4, Meghan Markle gave birth to her second child, Lilibet, born in the United States of her love with Prince Harry. The little girl, who has just celebrated her nine months, has not yet been able to meet the British Royal family. At fault, in particular, the tensions that reign between Prince Harry and the rest of the members of the Crown. A situation that would cause pain to his grandfather, Prince Charles, as reported by the US Weekly last September, which The Express echoes this Wednesday, March 16. “I think Prince Charles really wants to meet his granddaughter,” said Nick Bullen, an expert on the Royal family. He added: “Prince Charles is extremely sad about everything that has happened.”


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If the eldest son of the Queen perhaps expected to be able to hug his granddaughter on the occasion of the commemoration of the memory of Prince Philip, which is scheduled to take place on March 29, this will finally not be possible. Prince Harry will not be present at this event. A decision that would follow “the legal action he has taken against the Home Office about its security arrangements in this country,” explained Chris Ship, another expert on the Royal family of England.


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Prince Charles would not be the only member of the family who would be affected by this situation, Queen Elizabeth II “would really like to see the baby” too. According to experts, a meeting between the monarch and his great-granddaughter seems “increasingly unlikely”. The family hopes that Prince Harry and his family will make the trip next June for the festivities organized in the United Kingdom to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. But nothing is less sure …

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