Meghan and Harry’s baby Lilibet could ‘perform miracles’ and finally end bitter royal row

Prince Harry is ‘throwing truth bombs’ says royal commentator

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Lilibet “Lili” Diana Mountbatten-Windsor is only a few weeks old but royal expert Ms Levin believes she could “perform miracles” when it comes to Prince Harry and Prince William’s relationship. The newborn, the royal author believes, could represent a safe topic of conversation for the Dukes of Cambridge and Sussex and play a role in breaking the ice between them.

She told OK! magazine: “I’m a great believer that babies can bring relationships back together so the arrival of Harry and Meghan’s daughter could perform miracles.

“A baby is so innocent and sweet.

“The brothers can talk about the baby without upsetting each other.”

Prince William and Prince Harry are expected to meet each other in person on July 1, the day Princess Diana would have turned 60.

Then, a statue of the late Princess of Wales will be unveiled in the Sunken Garden at Kensington Palace.

The sculpture, realised by Ian Rank-Broadley, was commissioned in 2017 by the brothers to mark the 20th anniversary of their mother’s death.

None of the royals has confirmed their presence in the Sunken Garden ceremony next month.

However, yesterday sources close to the Sussexes said Meghan won’t travel across the Atlantic for the event as she recently gave birth, leading to think her husband will.

Prince William and Kate have already publicly welcomed Lili, who was born on June 4.

On June 6, when news of her birth was shared with the world by the Sussexes, Kate and William wrote a tweet, reading: “We are all delighted by the happy news of the arrival of baby Lili.

“Congratulations to Harry, Meghan and Archie.”

More recently, on June 11, Kate said she was looking forward to meeting her youngest niece.

During an official engagement with US First Lady Dr Jill Biden, Kate was asked by a reporter whether she had any wishes for Lili.

She replied: “I wish her all the very best. I can’t wait to meet her because we haven’t met her yet, so hopefully that will be soon”.

Prompted to say whether she had already seen her via video call, Kate replied: “No, I haven’t.”

Lili was born at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital in California and was named after her great-grandmother and grandmother. 

A statement by the Sussexes’ spokesperson explained: “Lili is named after her great-grandmother, Her Majesty The Queen, whose family nickname is Lilibet.

“Her middle name, Diana, was chosen to honour her beloved late grandmother, The Princess of Wales.”

While Lili could ease the brothers into a nice conversation, Ms Levin considered another possible player in the royal feud.

The expert believes Kate may be desiring a resolution of the rift.

She said: “Catherine comes from a very stable, warm and loving family and she wants that for everybody around her.

“She wants William to make amends with Harry, but understands his reluctance.

“I’m sure Harry will be missing Catherine too – they had a great bond and he once even described her as the sister he always wished he had.”

Prince Harry, Prince William and Kate last saw one another in person at the funeral of Prince Philip on April 17.

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