The newborn daughter of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle is “absolutely beautiful” and the perfect mix of both

The former royal couple are now parents to two children and they couldn’t be happier! Fans know that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry not long ago welcomed their beloved daughter Lilibet Diana to their happy family and made their son Archie Harrison a big brother!

The baby, as you can probably tell, was named after both the Queen, since Lilibet is one of her nicknames, and Harry’s late mother, Princess Diana!

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Meghan and Harry are really happy together and their newest family member has done nothing but make their lives even happier – she is everything they could ever ask for and more!

With this in mind, an insider revealed that the newborn is wonderful and is a perfect blend of their parents’ genes, so there’s no doubt that they spend hours every day staring at their daughter in awe.

The source told Us Weekly that “Lili is more perfect than Harry and Meghan could ever imagine. You are super in love with her and she is absolutely beautiful. She’s a cross between Harry and Meghan. ‘

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Baby Lilibet Diana was born on June 4th earlier this month.

However, the announcement that she would be born was made a few days later by her happy parents, who posted an official statement on the Archewell website.

They also took this opportunity to reveal their beautiful name and explain the meaning behind it, much to the delight of fans.

The message read: “Lili is named after her great-grandmother, Her Majesty the Queen, whose family nickname is Lilibet. Her middle name, Diana, was chosen to honor her beloved late grandmother, the Princess of Wales. ‘

Although there has been some drama with Harry’s blue-blooded family, two reports have reported that the new parents are simply trying to “keep the peace” and focus on their children.

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