Duke and Duchess of Cambridge supposedly disregarded Harry and Meghan when they congratulated the couple following the birth of their daughter, baby Lili.
William and Kate were the royals who extended a congratulatory message to Harry and Meghan following baby Lili’s arrival. However, there are rumors that they ridiculed Harry and Meghan. Gossip Cop looked into the report and could not certainly say so.
William and Kate shared a message of congratulation to welcome Harry and Meghan’s baby. However, the royal couple did not use the Sussexes’ HRH titles in their post.
The duke and duchess posted Prince Harry and Markle’s family picture when she was still pregnant with baby Lili on Instagram. Markle can be seen is carrying baby Archie while showing off her baby bump. Meanwhile, Prince Harry is hugging his wife from behind.
“We are all delighted by the happy news of the arrival of baby Lili,” the caption read. “Congratulations to Harry, Meghan, and Archie.”
Gossip Cop observed that Prince Charles and Camilla Parker did the same. They too didn’t call Harry and Markle’s royal titles when they congratulated the couple for their daughter’s arrival.
Kinsey Schofield, the royal commentator recommended that the royal family probably wants to drop the drama. For her, it was an attempt to keep the tone warmer and less formal, Gossip Cop reported.
During last year, the royal family has been dealing with a lot of press negativity. Multiple sources confirmed that the royal family has been divided after the Sussexes moved to the U.S. and left their royal duties.
In the meantime, Prince Harry’s royal title was let go from a Kensington Palace exhibit showing his mom’s wedding gown event. The Sun found a photo of the old and efficient sign which showed that the “HRH” before Prince Harry’s name had been detached.
Last week, The Royal Collection Trust, released a statement saying there was an “administrative error” that resulted in “incorrect” labels.
The micky.com.au wrote, “Under the Megxit agreement, Prince Harry and Markle will retain their royal titles. However, they are not allowed to use them. Thus, the sign on the exhibit still calling Prince Harry “HRH” was deemed an error and was updated to reflect the terms on Megxit.
Initially, the placard in the exhibit read, “Lent by HRH The Duke of Cambridge and HRH The Duke of Sussex.” After the changes, it now read, “Lent by HRH The Duke of Cambridge and Duke of Sussex.”