King Charles III and the royal family have snubbed Princess Lilibeth, the daughter of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on her second birthday.
There was no birthday greeting for the second child of Prince Harry from any Royal on the royal family’s official social media channels.
A royal source told the media that King Charles III and other Royal gave the little princess a total silent treatment on the official social media channels because they “don’t mark the birthdays of non-working members.”
“They, of course, wish Lilibet a very happy birthday, but nothing will be put out on any channels,” the source told OK! Magazine UK.
This cold shoulder treatment was in sharp contrast to what happened last year when the late Queen Elizabeth II was in charge of the family. The late monarch sent her great grand-daughter a sweet message wishing her a happy first birthday in 2022.
“🎈Wishing Lilibet a very Happy 1st Birthday!” the QWueen shared via her official social media account at the time.
Other members of the royals also sent her public birthday, including then Prince Charles.
However, this year’s snub by her family did not stop her parents from celebrating her birthday with a big
“all-American affair” in California alongside her 4-year-old brother Prince Archie.
However, sources told the media that King Charles III planned on sending Lilibet a birthday present and “had his aides looking at custom-made cubby houses, similar to what the Queen and Princess Margaret had when they were girls.”
Lilibet was born in California after Harry and Megan moved to the US after resigning from their royal duties in 2020, and Harry has been estranged from his father, King Charles III, and his brother, Prince William, since then.
Also, even though Harry attended King Charles’s coronation ceremony on May 6, his wife, Markle stayed home in the US to celebrate Archie’s 4th birthday which fell on the same day. Harry, who was relegated to the third row at the coronation ceremony, swiftly returned to the US to join his family for his son’s birthday party.