Because of their daughter’s name, Prince Harry and Meghan threaten to sue the BBC | around the world

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Prince Harry and his wife Megan Merkel sparked controversy after they chose the name “Lilipt”, which was nicknamed by Queen Elizabeth in her childhood, as a source from the British “BBC” network revealed that Prince Harry “never asked his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, to use her childhood nickname to name his new daughter.” .

With the spread of this news, Prince Harry and his wife threatened to take legal action against the channel, after it quoted a source in the royal palace, statements that the couple considered false.

Prince Harry released a statement confirming that his grandmother was “supportive” of his choice of name and the couple would not have used it if it had not been the case. He added that during the call, the Queen expressed her strong support for naming his daughter after her childhood.

A few days ago, Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, had a baby girl, who named the baby “Lilibet” Diana “Lilibet” Diana Mountbatten-Windsor.

The baby was named “Lilibet” after the name of Queen Elizabeth, while her middle name, “Diana”, was chosen in honor of her late grandmother, Princess Diana, who died in a terrible traffic accident in 1997.

We recall that Prince Harry and Meghan have a child named Archie, and they all live in their home in Santa Barbara, California, after they officially gave up their roles.





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