Prince Harry prepares for court battle with BBC over his daughter’s name


Abdul Rahman Al-Hajj

  Thursday, June 10, 2021 - 16:23    </span>

Prince Harry threatened the BBC to take legal action against her, after she mentioned in a new report that Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle Meghan Markle The Duchess of Sussex, ignoring the advice of Queen Elizabeth II Queen Elizabeth II The Queen of Britain regarding their decision to name Lilibit “Lily” Diana Mountbatten-Windsor Lilibet “Lili” Diana Mountbatten-Windsor, on their daughter, who was born on June 4, 2021, and it is worth noting that the name Lilibet is the pampering name with which Queen Elizabeth II, the Queen of Britain, is known among her family members.

Prince Harry prepares for court battle with BBC over his daughter's name

Prince Harry sends legal notice to BBC

The British Daily Mail published a new report in the same context, in which it spoke that Prince Harry had sent a legal notice to the BBC through the famous British law firm Schillings. Schillings, which handles the legal affairs of Prince Harry and his wife in the United Kingdom, and the notice included a threat to take legal action against the network in the event of a failure to apologize and withdraw the BBC’s report on Prince Harry and his wife not consulting the Queen before they chose the name Lilibet for their child.

Britain's Queen and Prince Harry

Mysterious statement from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

Simultaneously, Prince Harry and his wife issued an official statement to respond to the BBC’s allegations, but the statement raised more questions and did not provide answers. They chose him for their daughter, which may also indicate that Harry and Meghan have only informed the Queen of their decision to name their daughter Lillibit and did not consult her about that decision.

Meghan and Harry

The Queen was not consulted by the Sussex family

This comes after the BBC published a new report in which the BBC’s royal correspondent, Johnny Damon, confirmed Jonny Dymond, citing what he described as high-ranking sources at Buckingham Palace that the Queen “never asked” what she thought of Meghan and Harry’s decision to name their new baby girl by the name the Queen was known as her childhood.


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