“The situation shows how far the palace staff is now from the personal affairs of the Sussex family.”
Buckingham Palace representatives told the BBC that Harry and Meghan did not look up Elizabeth II before naming their daughter after her. On6th June, Sunday, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle proclaimed the addition to the family:
“on June 4, baby Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor was born. The baby’s middle name refers to her late grandmother, the Princess of Wales, and the first is inspired by the Queen so Elizabeth was affectionately called by her parents and her husband, Prince Philip”, said freenews.
Harry and Meghan’s choice of name has caused disapproval among the public and royal observers. We all know the reasons, in the last few months, the couple cruelly criticized the British relatives and even accused them of racism and indifference to the severe depression of the ex-actress and current wife of Harry, Meghan Markle. Insiders from the couple’s back-up noted that the dukes had warned Queen about their plans, but this was denied at the queen’s official residence.
Though, Omid Scobie, royal reporter, who works closely with Sussex’s team, said today that after the birth of his daughter, the prince first contacted his grandmother and asked for permission to name the baby after her. “If she was against it, they wouldn’t use that name… This situation shows how far the palace staff is now from Sussex’s personal affairs,” the journalist added.