October 17, 2021

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Meghan Markle Reportedly Introduces Baby Lilibet To The Royal Family Via Their WhatsApp Group Chat!

As per some new reports, while the Royals are yet to meet baby Lilibet Diana in person, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have sent them a pic of the infant via their WhatsApp group! With that being said, it sounds like, despite their ups and downs, Meghan and Harry still keep in touch with his blue-blooded family and keep them updated whenever that’s appropriate.

This comes after the happy couple announced, earlier this month, that their second addition to the family and first daughter, has arrived!

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ET was the first to report that in the meantime, the new parents of two have shared a photo of the undoubtedly adorable baby with the so-called Firm!

And it makes sense that they would want to introduce the newborn to some of her Royal relatives, especially to the Queen!

After all, her first name, Lilibet, is actually Queen Elizabeth II’s childhood nickname that her close family members have called her basically all her life!

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And, of course, her middle name, Diana, was meant to honor Harry’s late mother, Princess Diana.

Two days after her birth, Harry and Meghan confirmed her arrival on their personal website and revealed her moniker while also gushing over her.

Not too long after, Buckingham Palace reacted to the news, officially stating that they were ‘delighted’ to learn about the new life.

‘The Queen, the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall, as well as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been informed about and are delighted with the news,’ the post reads.

Furthermore, Kate Middleton said that she cannot wait to meet little Lili!

‘I wish her all the very best. I can’t wait to meet her. We haven’t met her yet. I hope that will be soon,’ she told the paparazzi while out and about this past weekend.