Rare new details about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s daughter, Lilibet

Princess Lilibet will turn 3 years old.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle kicked off their daughter’s pre-birthday celebrations with a celebration at their home in Montecito, California on Sunday with close friends and family. Sixth page can confirm.

People was the first to break the news.

Last month, Meghan – who also has son Prince Archie, 5, with Harry – gave a rare insight into their second child’s personality.

Meghan, 42, told students at Lightway Academy in Nigeria that dancing was Lilibeta’s “favourite class” because of “all the jumping around”.

While giving a talk about mental health at school, she shared a recent conversation she had with a toddler.

“She looked at me a few weeks ago and all she saw was a reflection in my eyes,” she recalled. “And she was [like]’Mom, I see myself in you.'”

Meghan expressed how much she misses her children during a three-day trek alongside the founder of the Invictus Games to promote the mental health of soldiers in Nigeria.

“Today is Mother’s Day [in America],” she said while speaking at the Government House, Lagos on May 12.

“That’s why it seems appropriate, although of course we miss our children, I miss my children, it seems very appropriate to be in the homeland and among family.”

Harry, 39, and Meghan – who married in May 2018 – welcomed Archie and Lilibet in May 2019 and June 2021 respectively.

The family of four currently resides in Montecito in an ultra-private $14 million villa.

Tensions between Harry and Meghan and the royal family have been high since they stepped down from their royal duties in 2020.

Their relationship soured even more after the publication of Harry’s memoirs, Spareand the Netflix series The Couple, Harry and Meghan.

Last year, the royal family publicly ignored Lilibeth’s 2nd birthday after acknowledging her special day on social media the year before.

A royal source claimed at the time that Harry’s father, King Charles III, who is currently suffering from cancer, and Queen Camilla disowned their granddaughter online because they “don’t celebrate the birthdays of unemployed members”.

This article originally appeared on Page Six and has been reproduced with permission.

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