Recently, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle came under fire for allegedly naming their youngest kid in a “gruesome twosome” manner.
Maureen Callahan, a royal commentator, has highlighted this.
She discussed everything in an open article for the Daily Mail.
This work focuses on some problematic family dynamics once the couple chooses to adopt the name “Lilibet” purportedly without the Queen’s consent.
“Just in case we needed more evidence that Harry and Meghan are incorrigible, here it is.”
This is due to the fact that, “We now know the rage that the late Queen Elizabeth is said to have felt when the Sussexes named their daughter Lilibet—the Queen’s nickname, used only by the very few closest to her.”
Even critic Rebecca English has discovered that the Queen is rumored to have remarked, “The only thing I own is my name; I don’t own the palaces or the paintings.” And they’ve already taken that.
According to Ms. Callahan, “this is extraordinary” since “she was apparently so upset that she couldn’t restrain herself—a woman who had been famous her entire life, who understood the media and took pride in never displaying her emotions in public, who exercised the greatest discretion even in private.”
She subsequently said, “Maybe the historian in her well knew: Her true feelings would eventually come out.”