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How Meghan Markle and Prince Harry celebrated their daughter Lilibet's second birthday
It's a birthday fit for royalty. On Sunday, Prince Harry, 38, and Meghan Markle, 41,'s youngest child, daughter Lilibet 'Lili' Diana Mountbatten-Winsdor, turned two, and according to a royal expert, her party was a "whole- American".
"I'd expect to see a sprinkling of celebrities and a quiet celebration, which I hope will include a few other little ones. It would be nice to think the day might include a video call with Lilibet's grandfather , King Charles and hopefully some sort of present has been arranged and delivered to Montecito for her birthday."
Lilibet was born in Santa Barbara, California, where the couple moved after deciding to leave royal life. Prince Harry and Markle also have a son together, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, 4, who was born in London. Archie was born on May 6, which just happened to be Coronation Day this year, where King Charles was officially crowned following the death of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, last September at the age of 96.
Prince Harry is said to have only stayed in the UK for 24 hours to attend the ceremony, reportedly on his way home to be back in time for his son's birthday. He sat in the third row during the grand ceremony at Westminster Abbey after there have been some growing tensions between him and his family in recent years, particularly following the January publication of his memoir, Spare.
During a private family gathering after the coronation ceremony, Archie's grandfather King Charles reportedly raised a toast to the four-year-old wherever she was. Since the birth, Lilibet has only been to the UK once, according to Harpers Bazaar, for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations. Last year, the couple hosted Lilibet's first birthday party at Frogmore Cottage in Windsor, an affair that sources described as relaxed and informal.
"It was a wonderful affair and had everything you would expect from a child's birthday party. But there was no formal entertainment. The idea was for it to be very relaxed and casual, with people free to come and go as they pleased. desire."