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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle ‘disappointed’ as Lilibet ‘ignored’ by King Charles


Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were reportedly disappointed that the palace didn’t immediately jump on their children’s title change.

Majesty magazine editor Ingrid Seward brought these claims to light.

She said The mirror, “Archie and Lilibet have been allowed to use this style since the death of their great-grandmother, but their parents have chosen not to until now.”

“How interesting that they waited six months to do this. They hoped that the Palace would take the plunge and announce it before them. No chance.

“Buckingham Palace left their website intact and allowed the Sussexes to make the move themselves so they couldn’t complain.”

“The royal website was updated a few days after the Sussex announcement. No one is going to set aside the traditions of the monarchy.

During her conversation, she also warned, “Wanting the benefits without the accountability never works. Archie and Lilibet will find out one day and then make their own choices.

“The contrast between the way Harry and Meghan announced the news of their children’s royal titles and the way King Charles announced his brother’s ennoblement was stark.”

“King Charles has issued an official statement from Buckingham Palace to say he is ‘delighted’ to confer the Duchy of Edinburgh on Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex and Forfar.”

“It was such a grand announcement that it felt like it was in a gilt frame pinned to the railings of Buckingham Palace.”

“Harry and Meghan, on the other hand, have asked their spokesperson to announce that when their 21-month-old daughter, Lilibet, was christened in Los Angeles last week, she would be christened using the royal-style princess . Archie would in turn use the style, Prince.

But “it’s so much easier to do things in the traditional style,” she added before welcoming Prince Edward’s announcement, because in Ms Seward’s eyes, “Edward knew he was going to get the title. for his late father had requested it.”

“The king bided his time until the time came. Edward’s birthday two months before the coronation was the perfect time.

“Previously it may have been too close to the death of the late Queen on September 8 last year. Later it may have had to wait until coronation day.

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