Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have reportedly sounded off on longstanding claims that they named their daughter Lilibet after the Queen with out the monarch’s approval, reported The Every day Mail.
The Duke of Duchess of Sussex notably named their daughter Lilibet after her great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth, who was known as Lilibet as a baby by her late father King George VI after which by her late husband Prince Philip.
Nonetheless, not too long ago, many stories steered that Harry and Meghan failed to achieve out to the Queen to get her approval earlier than naming their toddler Lilibet, and now the couple has reportedly reacted by way of a spokesman who says the hearsay is ‘false and defamatory’.
Speaking to The Every day Mail, the Sussex spokesman stated: “The Duke spoke along with his household prematurely of the announcement – actually, his grandmother was the primary member of the family he known as.”
“Throughout that dialog, he shared their hope of naming their daughter Lilibet in her honour. Had she not been supportive, they might not have used the title,” the spokesperson concluded.