Meghan Markle and Prince Harry bought a username for a website called Lily Diana a week before their daughter was born and before they asked Queen Elizabeth to name their daughter after her.
Four days before Lily was born, the LiliDiana.com domain was registered in California, and on May 31, another LilibetDiana.com domain was registered.
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When his daughter was born, Harry immediately called his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, to ask if they would name their daughter Lilibet.
“His grandmother was the first member of the family to call immediately after the birth of his daughter.”, say people close to the family, reports the Daily Mail.
The couple registered these two domains and a few more secondary ones so that they would not be “occupied” by someone else, and if the Queen didn’t approve the use of her name, Harry and Meghan would have named their daughter differently, the sources claim.
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The news broke in Britain just a day after Prince Harry is expected to return home. Harry is to remain in the house he shares with Princess Eugenie until the unveiling ceremony of a monument to his mother Diana.
At the mentioned event he is to meet with Prince William, with whom he has not spoken since the funeral of Prince Philip.
These days, there is talk of a major lawsuit that Harry and Meghan have filed against the BBC journalists, due to the accusation that the Queen wasn’t asked permission to use her nickname.
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