Prince Charles: We know more about his first emotionally charged encounter with Lilibet
When they came for Queen Elizabeth II’s jubilee, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry traveled with their children, Archie and Lilibet. The opportunity for Prince Charles to see his nephew for the first time.
During Queen Elizabeth II’s Jubilee, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry came with their children, Lilibet and Archie
An opportunity for Prince Charles to first meet his niece, Lilibet
And according to a royal source, the queen’s eldest son was delighted with this meeting
While Meghan Markle hadn’t set foot in the UK since leaving the British royal family, the Duchess of Sussex had traveled to London to celebrate the Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II. With Archie, Lilibet and Prince Harry, the American actress was able to see the Windsors again. Her one-year-old little girl had finally gotten to know her great-grandmother but also her grandfather Prince Charles. According to a real source, whose comments were relayed by the site People, Camilla Parker-Bowles’ husband was delighted to meet his second child’s daughter.
“It was a fantastic visit. The prince was delighted to see his nephew and to meet his granddaughter for the first time.” he said, adding that it was “wonderful” get Prince Harry and Meghan Markle back to Britain. A truly hoped-for meeting for Prince Charles: “The prince and the duchess [de Cornouailles] they were absolutely delighted to see them “, continues the source. And for good reason, Queen Elizabeth II’s eldest son hadn’t seen her grandson Archie “for a while”.
A memorable day for Prince Charles
This day will remain engraved in the memory of the Prince Charles : “It was very special to spend time with him. He hadn’t met Lilibet, his niece, and so meeting her for the first time was very emotional, it was a wonderful thing”the source said. Sources at the palace also revealed that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry paid for the trip to Britain themselves. “When they decided they wanted to live abroad, regardless of royal family support, they said they wanted to be financially independent. And they succeeded.”