The lesson King Charles III wants to teach Prince Harry and Meghan Markle seems to be challenging for them to grasp.
His Majesty is a formidable opponent. Prince Harry and his wife bravely took the bull by the horns and decided on Archie and Lilibet’s titles themselves after eagerly waiting for more than seven months for King Charles to act or make a statement about them.
The renegade royals said that their daughter now goes by the name Princess Lilibet in a statement that centred on their baby’s christening.
Princess Lilibet Diana was christened on Friday, March 3, according to the official statement, which was provided to PEOPLE Magazine, by The Rev. John Taylor, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles.
Both the name of Lilibet’s godmother and any pictures from her christening were kept a secret by Prince Harry and Markle. The godfather was decided to be Tyler Perry.
The children’s titles have been a birthright ever since their grandpa became king, Markle and Prince Harry said in another statement to the tabloid. This issue has long since been resolved in accordance with Buckingham Palace.
Tom Sykes of The Daily Beast carefully examined the assertion and came to the conclusion that Prince Harry and Markle had not sought the king’s consent before disclosing the information to the media.
The choice to use Lilibet’s princely title was “resolved in alignment” (note: not “approved,” the Sussexes’ point being that their kids were entitled to the titles as a matter of law and nobody’s approval was necessary), the newspaper stated. Harry and Meghan announced in a statement.
The royal expert continued by saying that King Charles missed numerous chances to assume control of the titles for his grandchildren.
He provided a chance for Markle and Prince Harry to embarrass him, and they seized it.
This does not change the fact that Charles delayed announcing the children as prince and princess following the queen’s passing, he continued.
Would it have been so difficult for him to include “Prince and Princess Archie and Lilibet,” for instance, in his inauguration speech, which honoured Harry and Meghan? Others would argue that Charles missed an opportunity to score this week because he didn’t do it and left the subject open.
King Charles was eager to respond with a public reprimand after Prince Harry and Markle caused him to lose face in the eyes of the public.
King Charles made it clear that his grandchildren will not be invited to his coronation ceremony just hours after he was compelled to update the Royal Family’s website to reflect their titles.
Officials think Archie and his sister, Lilibet, according to a source at Buckingham Palace who spoke to the Sunday Times.
The grandkids of Queen Camilla will play prominent roles at the affair. The three kids of Kate Middleton and Prince William will also be there.