Prince Harry (36) and Meghan Markle (40) have requested the British royal family: whether they can introduce their daughter Lilibet to her great-grandmother, Queen Elizabeth.
The couple would also reportedly want to discuss their daughter’s baptism.
It has been known that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have a problematic relationship with some ‘senior royals’ of the British Royal Family. Still, Harry absolutely wants to keep a good relationship with his grandmother Queen Elizabeth. According to the British newspaper The Sun, the couple has asked the British royal family for permission to visit. In addition, Harry and Meghan are eager to introduce their daughter, now four months old.
According to The Sun, Harry and Meghan have also already made plans for the christening of Lilibet, in which Windsor Castle is mentioned as a possible location.
It would be Meghan’s first return to the UK after the couple relinquished all their royal duties in March last year. Harry occasionally returned alone for Prince Philip’s funeral in April and again in July, when he and his brother William attended the unveiling of a statue of his late mother, Diana.
It is not known how the British royal family reacts to Harry and Meghan’s request. However, it is well known that the Queen is very fond of her grandson and would also like to see Archie and his new sister Lilibet again.