Harry and Meghan recently became parents for the second time. Her daughter Lilibet Diana was born a week ago. Harry’s brother William and his wife Kate have not yet been able to see the baby.
Duchess Kate is looking forward to her newborn niece Lilibet Diana. “I wish her all the best,” said the wife of Queen’s grandson Prince William on Friday while visiting a school in the southwestern county of Cornwall. “I can’t wait to meet you.”
She has also not been able to watch the youngest child of William’s brother Prince Harry and his wife Duchess Meghan via video call. “We haven’t seen her yet. I hope it will be soon.”
Lilibet Diana – named after Queen Elizabeth II, who is named in the Lilibet family, and after Harry’s mother Princess Diana, who died in 1997, was born a week ago in California. Harry and Meghan have lived there since they gave up their royal duties a good year ago and turned their backs on the royal family. Because of the couple’s allegations of racism against the palace and harsh criticism, there is allegedly a bad mood within the family.
Kate goes to school with Jill Biden
Duchess Kate and Jill Biden: The two attended a school in Hayle. (Source: Aaron Chown / Pool via REUTERS / Reuters)
On Friday, on the sidelines of the G7 summit in Great Britain, Kate attended a school that also taught traumatized children. Together with First Lady Jill Biden, she spent a lot of time with the students. President Joe Biden’s wife showed the four- and five-year-old children a picture of the White House in Washington while Kate watched them paint and helped the children read “Greta and the Great,” a book written by an environmental activist Greta Thunberg was inspired.
The two then helped the children in the town of Hayes, near the G7 summit town of Carbis Bay, with feeding the school rabbits. In a discussion with experts, the first lady and the duchess emphasized, according to a statement from the Kensington Palace, how formative early childhood is for life and how this can be positively influenced. It was the first meeting of women who both wore pink face mask.