Meghan Markle and Harry ‘strengthen the monarchy’ with baby name | Royal | News

The Duke and the Duchess of Sussex announced on Sunday the birth of their baby daughter, Lilibet Diana. The name, according to a royal commentator, was chosen by the couple in a bid to strengthen the monarchy.

Richard Fitzwilliams expressed hopes the arrival of a new member to the Royal Family would help heal the purported rift between the Sussexes and some senior royals.

He wrote in a tweet: “Let us hope the happy news of the birth of ‘Lili’ will lead to the beginning of the healing of the rift between the Sussexes & the RF.

“They have dramatic prospects in the US because of their royal links.

“It makes sense for them to strengthen the monarchy.”

While Mr Fitzwilliams had a positive outlook on the happy news, some Twitter users accused Prince Harry and Meghan of using their links to the Royal Family.

One person tweeted: “They have prospects ONLY because of their royal links.

“Yet they have constantly criticised and defamed the Royal Family.

“Using a private family name for their newest child is utter hypocrisy.”

Another commenter added: “I don’t see that happening at all and I hope you are wrong!

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