Meghan Markle and Harry’s daughter turns six months old (never knowing the queen)

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It’s been six months since Meghan Markle and Prince Harry they welcomed their daughter, Lilibet Diana, born on June 4 at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital Emergency in California (the eldest was born in May 2019 in a clinic in London).

Very careful about protect the privacy of the little one, in recent months Meghan and Harry have however leaked here and there some very sweet details of baby Lilli and their family life. In July, during an event held for the WellChild Awards, Prince Harry chatted with singer Ed Sheeran, present at the awards ceremony, talking about how challenging it is to manage two small children, but also about how good-natured, sweet and quiet Lillibet Diana is, as opposed to the wild and lively Archie.

Guest a few weeks ago at The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Meghan Markle let the public know that Lillibet is putting the dentini, not painless. Also to Ellen DeGeneres (longtime friend), Meghan told that for Hallowen she and Harry dressed their second child as Fiore, the skunk from Disney classic Bambi, while Archie got rid of his dinosaur costume after a few minutes.

Not long after Lilibet Diana was born last June, the little girl was officially “introduced” to her important great-grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, with a video call from the family villa in Montecito, California. Proud of her role as a mother, Meghan Markle had her photograph taken wearing two refined necklaces one representing the constellation of Taurus, the astrological sign of Archie, and one the symbol of Gemini, in honor of the astrological sign of Lili.

Still, you need to know that both Archie and Lili are featured in Meghan’s children’s book, The Bench. The final illustration of the book depicts Harry sitting on a bench feeding the chickens along with Archie and Meghan, standing in the garden with little Lili in his arms. When we say happiness.

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