On June 4th, Lilibet Diana, daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Harry and Meghan Markle, and granddaughter of King Carlos III, turned two years old, and apparently the family has celebrated intimately at their Californian residence in Montecito.
Meanwhile, the British royal family has not mentioned little Lilibet's birthday in its many social media accounts.
Unlike last year, during the celebrations of the Platinum Jubilee of Elizabeth II, there were congratulations on the official accounts of the royals.
This was the same scenario that was seen with Archie, the eldest son of Harry and Meghan, who turned four on May 6, the same day as the coronation. It is for this historic event that it was understood that the social networks of the British royal family remained silent for the birthday of the grandson of King Carlos III.
Regarding the intimate celebration of the Dukes of Sussex with their children, the Daily Express detailed that Harry is letting Meghan handle most of Lili's gifts, but was talking about adding more British books that he liked as a child, like those of Paddington Bear and the series ‘Frog and Toad“.
In turn, it is rumored that King Carlos III sent his youngest granddaughter a special gift and it was a “custom-made house”, just as Elizabeth II and Princess Margarita had it when they were girls.
Harry loses lawsuit over contract security in the UK
More than a year ago, Prince Harry sued for police protection, which he was willing to pay himself when he went to the UK with his family.
The results of this trial were already known, and it is that Judge Martin Chamberlain issued a ruling detailing that the agency in charge of giving a response, known as the Executive Committee for the Protection of Royalty and Figures Public, decided both Harry and Meghan Markle and their two children, cannot have a security team that was financed with a public budget after they gave up their roles as British royals and decided to move to the United States.
Meanwhile, London's High Court reversed its decision to allow Harry to appeal
Now the Court points out that Harry does not have the right to request a review of the case, so the couple has completely lost the legal battle against the English Home Office.