Amanda Platel: Why call Lilibet a princess if Meghan and Harry hate royal life?

How lovely to see that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s daughter was christened this week in a private ceremony at their A$22 million California mansion.

Harry and Meghan named her Princess Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor, a name that not only honors the late Queen, but also his mother Diana and the royal houses of Mountbatten and Windsor – honoring the lineage of his grandmother and that of his grandfather, Prince Philip.

However, isn’t it strange that the Sussexes fail to honor any of Meghan’s family by name, particularly her mother Doria who played such an important role in her life?

After all, they leveled accusations around the world about the awful royal family, accusing them of racism, coldness, and indifference, freezing Meghan up and forcing them to flee the country.

However, she did not mention Doria, the mother that Megan adores and the only member of her family who attended the couple’s wedding.

Although she is Lilibet’s grandmother and was at the christening.

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