On July 1, less than a month after the birth of his daughter Lilibet Diana, Prince Harry will travel again from California to England to attend the unveiling of a statue honoring his late mother, Princess Diana, at the Kensington Palace.
It is an appointment that has been on her agenda for a long time and, apparently, her grandmother wants to take the opportunity to bring positions closer to the one who was always rumored to be her favorite grandson, organizing a lunch for two at Windsor Castle.
Since his move to the United States with his wife Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, Harry has spoken in very harsh terms of the treatment that both received within the British royal family, after their wedding in 2018 and they have even assured that they were ignored her requests for help when the former actress began experiencing suicidal thoughts due to media pressure.
According to the information to which the Daily Mail newspaper has had access, the invitation would have been extended before the birth of Elizabeth II’s new great-granddaughter on June 4 and would have nothing to do with Harry and Meghan’s decision to call his little Lilibet, in honor of the monarch, who has always used that nickname in private.
The meeting between grandmother and grandson would be a very “generous” gesture on the part of Elizabeth II and a unique opportunity for them to talk about “their things.”
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Elizabeth II has already personally met her great-granddaughter Lilibeth Diana
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