Lilibet Diana: Expert says 'don't hold your breath' over photo
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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry welcomed their daughter Lilibet “Lili” Diana on Friday (June 4). Lili was born at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital in California weighing in at 7lb 11oz. On Monday’s episode of This Morning, royal commentator Camilla Tominey predicted the first photograph would be this week but explained Lilibet’s face might not be shown.
On Monday’s episode of This Morning, presenter Holly Willoughby asked of the new baby: “Do you think we will see a photograph of her anytime soon?
“Or do you think they’ll treat things a bit differently, do it their way and keep her more private this time?”
“Well if we do see a photo this time I wouldn’t hold your breath because if you remember when Archie was born we got a photograph but it was of his little foot,” Camilla replied.
She continued: “Therefore if you’re thinking you’re going to get a smiley baby face photo, that may be some weeks coming.
“I would be surprised if they didn’t share some imagery this week thought, not least because they’re so into social media and they are into their kind of nice black and white Instagram snaps.
“So, perhaps there will be something, but so far nothing,” Camilla added.
Harry and Meghan yesterday announced that Lilibet “Lili” Diana Mountbatten-Windsor was born on Friday morning (June 4) in a hospital in Santa Barbara, California.
In a statement on the couple’s website, they revealed both mother and child are healthy and well.
More to come…
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