The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have, since moving to America, become more private, having shared one photo of their daughter to date. With the little girl's first birthday coming up, will we be seeing any more pictures of the adorable baby?
This upcoming weekend is extraordinary for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's daughter Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor.
On June 4, 2022, the little one will be turning 1-year-old. Her birthday is special because it falls over the same period as the Queen's Jubilee.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at the Intrepid, Sea Air & Space Museum's inaugural Intrepid Valor Awards on November 10, 2021 in New York. | Source: Getty Images
This celebration begins June 2, 2022, and ends June 6, 2022, but this baby girl's first birthday brings an even more special hallmark beyond royal protocol.
The soon-to-be 1-year-old Lilibet will meet her great-grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, in the flesh for the very first time.
ARE THERE ANY PHOTOS OF LILIBET DIANA?
Since moving to the United States and no longer playing senior roles in the royal family, the Duke and Duchess have been careful about how much of their private lives they show to the public.
They have shared some footage of their firstborn Archie, and there were a minimal amount of photos shared of him before they left their senior roles as royals. But when it comes to their youngest, pictures of her are even more scarce.
There has been one photo of Lillibet shared with the public, taken by photographer Alexi Lubormirski. The picture shows the Duchess holding their daughter up while her dad looks at them affectionately.
THE MEANING BEHIND LILIBET DIANA'S NAME
Lilibet Diana was named after two of the most famous, loved, and admired women in royal history -- Queen Elizabeth II and the late People's Princess Diana Spencer.
Princess Diana died in a car crash in August 1997, leaving the world and, of course, her sons, Princes William and Harry, shattered. So, to commemorate her grandmother, Lilibet was given her middle name. The late Princess of Wales would have turned 60 years old this year.
The name Lilibet has more of an intricate story behind it. It was what Queen Elizabeth was called as a young girl and the nickname her late husband affectionately used for her.
THE TWO PRINCES REUNITE
Beyond a great-granddaughter meeting her royal great-grandmother, the Jubilee celebrations continue to bring the possibility of significant reconnections between many of the royal family members. This includes brothers Prince William and Prince Harry.
Before the Jubilee, the brothers have reportedly contacted one another over FaceTime and WhatsApp, slowly healing their relationship. A reunion would certainly help and even may bring closure to this process.
The Queen herself, according to a source, wants the feud between the brothers to end, with Harry looking forward to seeing his relatives.
But, another source claims that Markle is anxious about her husband repairing his relationships with his family because that may mean he will want to return to his position as a senior and working royal.