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Prince Charles 'Wants to Meet' Granddaughter Lilibet: He's 'Incredibly Sad'
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Prince Charles 'Wants to Meet' Granddaughter Lilibet: He's 'Incredibly Sad'

A family reunion! Three months after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced the birth of their daughter, Prince Charles is looking forward to a reconciliation that paves the way for him to meet Lilibet, 3 months. Life With Lilibet! Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Quotes About Daughter Read article “I think Prince Charles really wants to meet his granddaughter,” royal expert Nick Bullen exclusively told Us Weekly on Tuesday, September 14. “Prince Charles is incredibly sad about everything that’s gone on. So the family will want to meet each other.” Bullen noted that the upcoming Platinum Jubilee might create an opportunity for the royal family to reconnect with Harry, 36, and Meghan, 40. “The Jubilee is a perfect opportunity for that because if Harry and ...
Is Lilibet Diana a Brit or American? Royal Citizenship Explained
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Is Lilibet Diana a Brit or American? Royal Citizenship Explained

The newest member of the British royal family was born on American soil, so is she a U.K. citizen? Lilibet “Lili” Diana Mountbatten-Windsor’s citizenship isn’t as complicated as one might think. From Lilibet to Elizabeth: The Meanings Behind the Royal Family's Names Read article Sources exclusively confirm to Us Weekly that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry‘s newborn daughter Lili will have dual American and British citizenship. Big brother Archie, 2, was born in England but lives in America with his parents, and he has the same dual citizenship. The Duke of Sussex, 36, still has his British citizenship. The former actress, 39, is an American citizen and will not have dual citizenship. She failed to spend the required three years abroad in order to receive her ...
From Lilibet to Elizabeth: The Meanings Behind the Royal Family's Names
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From Lilibet to Elizabeth: The Meanings Behind the Royal Family's Names

Looking to the past to dictate their future! The royal family leans on tradition when it comes to naming their offspring, from Queen Elizabeth II to Archie Mountbatten-Windsor. The brood rarely deviates from choosing monikers that hint at their ancestry. Evidence of such can be found in the longest-reigning monarch and her children with Prince Philip — Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward — as well as in her grandchildren, including Prince William and Prince Harry. The practice continues to make its way to the new generation of royals. William and his wife, Duchess Kate, picked classically royal names for their little ones. Prince George arrived in July 2013, followed by Princess Charlotte in May 2015 and Prince Louis in April 2018. Harry and his wife, Duchess ...