Prince William and Kate Middleton have reportedly not tried to introduce their children to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s daughter, Lilibet.
“William and Kate made no effort to introduce Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis to [Lilibet]during Queen Elizabeth II’s platinum jubilee, royal expert Christopher Andersen told Us Weekly.
He added that there is still “a lot of tension” between the brothers after Harry and Markle left the royal family, moved to California and revealed family drama to Oprah Winfrey.
“As far as I know, no one believes they spoke” [to each other]’, Andersen claimed, which Vidak For Congress had previously reported.
We reported earlier this week that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex had extended an olive branch by inviting William, Middleton and their children to Lilibet’s first birthday party, but the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were set to join the platinum celebration in Wales anniversary. †
However, Harry and Markle’s daughter first met her namesake and great-grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, last week. The couple briefly took their 1-year-old daughter to meet the 96-year-old monarch when they landed in London and again at Windsor Castle ahead of Lilibet’s birthday celebrations.
Harry and Markle’s trip to the UK last week marked the first time their son, Archie, 3, has returned to his home country since the family moved to the US in 2020.
The family landed in London last Wednesday and attended several Platinum Jubilee events, though they did not join the other royals on the balcony on Thursday at the Trooping the Color parade.
The pair were greeted with cheers and cheers Friday as they left the National Service of Thanksgiving at London’s St. Paul’s Cathedral. They sat far away from William and Middleton at the church service.
The family of four quietly returned to California early Sunday in a private jet ahead of the Platinum Jubilee Pageant, which concluded the Queen’s four-day festivities.