The queen mother of the United Kingdom, Queen Elizabeth, is set to meet her granddaughter for the first time.
Queen Elizabeth has freed up her diary to attend the first birthday party for Lilibet — Harry and Meghan’s daughter named in her honour.
The royal family have had some misunderstanding for almost a year now. Harry and Meghan moved out of the UK to settle in the United States to shred away from the royal family.
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The 96-year-old Queen is likely to miss her favourite sporting event, the Derby, on Saturday, June 4, which is the day her great-granddaughter turns one, The Sun reports.
Lilibet’s first birthday, is set to be marked by Harry and Meghan at Frogmore Cottage, a stone’s throw from Windsor Castle. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex and their children, will attend the four-day Platinum Jubilee to mark the Queen’s reign and they will stay at the Frogmore Cottage. Queen Elizabeth will be meeting her great-granddaughter for the first time since she was born in the USA.
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