Lilibet celebrates her first birthday. There are also congratulations to the daughter of Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry from the royal relatives on Twitter. Even the Cambridges, who are said to be in a clinch, congratulate him.

Members of the royal family have wished Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan’s daughter a happy first birthday. Little Lilibet, who lives in the US with her family, is currently in England. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have arrived with children Lilibet and Archie to attend Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations. It was at this occasion that Queen Elizabeth II met her little great-granddaughter and namesake for the first time. Lilibet was actually the Queen’s nickname as a child and is said to have been what her husband Prince Philip called her.

Although the Queen is said to have met her great-granddaughter, there are no official snaps yet. The royals’ birthday wishes also do not contain any pictures. The Queen’s official Twitter account said: “Wishing Lilibet a very Happy 1st Birthday!”

There is an almost identical message on the account of their grandfather Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla – with an additional cake emoji.

And Prince William and his wife Duchess Kate also took part in the congratulations for the little girl, although they are currently said to be ice age with Prince Harry and his wife Meghan. They captioned a balloon: “Wishing Lilibet, who turns one today, a happy birthday!”

Private celebration for the first birthday

According to British media reports, the Sussexes are celebrating their daughter’s birthday with a small group at Frogmore Cottage. The family resides at their Windsor estate during their stay in England. In early 2020, Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan stepped down as senior royals and moved to the United States with their son Archie. Lilibet was born in California last year. She is said to have met her famous great-grandmother for the first time shortly after her arrival in England.

Meanwhile, the jubilee celebrations continue over the weekend. There is a big concert on the grounds of Buckingham Palace this Saturday. Superstars such as Diana Ross, the band Queen with Adam Lambert, Alicia Keys and Duran Duran, among others, are to take the BBC stage.