Harry, 37, and Meghan, 40, stepped back from royal duties in 2020, and now live in Montecito, California with their children. The couple welcomed Archie, now two, in 2019 and then welcomed Lilibet ‘Lili’ Diana last year.
Baby Lilibet was born in June, at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital in California and her name derives from a sweet nickname for the Queen.
The youngster has not yet had a chance to meet her namesake, as since moving across the pond Harry has made two return trips to Britain but never with Meghan and his children in tow. Royal watchers have only caught one glimpse at the young baby after she made an appearance in the Sussexes 2021 Christmas card photo.
The photo shows Harry holding little Archie on his lap while Meghan holds Lili.
The 11th great-grandchild for Her Majesty the Queen wears a white outfit and laughs while being suspended mid-air by her mother.
Despite their link to one of the most famous families in the world, Harry and Meghan tend to keep their family life quite private. A few anecdotes about the children have been shared by their parents but otherwise, Lili and Archie are relatively sheltered from public life.
Kinsey Schofield, a PR expert, claims that the couple will continue to share details about their children because they are “their world”. She told Express.co.uk: “Harry and Meghan will continue to talk about their children because their children are their world.
“The two are incredibly isolated in Montecito, California.” Covid restrictions, in addition to the type of work Meghan and Harry are involved in, has also impacted their home life leading to them being “isolated”, Ms Schofield claims.
She says that because the couple is so hands-on due to these factors, parenthood is Meghan and Harry’s “favourite subject to discuss”.