Angela Levin, a royal biographer thinks Harry and Meghan’s newborn daughter’s name Lilibet is “rude,” to the Queen.
Levin says the private nickname for the Queen was frequently used by her late husband, Prince Philip.
“I don’t think it’s a good idea — I think it’s quite rude to Her Majesty Her Queen,” Levin said while on Good Morning Britain. “It was a very private nickname from her husband, who hasn’t been dead for very long.”
“Prince Charles would never dream of calling his mother Lilibet,” she added.
According to Fox News “The moniker Lilibet goes back to when the queen was too young to be able to pronounce her own name, calling herself “Lilibet” instead.”
According to Page Six Prince Harry called up the Queen before Meghan gave birth for permission to name his daughter Lilibet.