Meghan and Harry want ‘peace’ with royals but ‘have no regrets’ about interviews

Meghan and Harry want 'peace' with royals but 'have no regrets' about interviews

Meghan and Harry want 'peace' with royals but 'have no regrets' about interviews

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have "no regrets" about their interviews, a source has claimed.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are said to be trying to keep the peace with other members of the Royal Family following the birth of their second child.

Despite mixed reports regarding the naming of Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor, and whether the Queen has been given the chance to approve it, the blue blooded-baby's arrival appears to have forced the Firm to put their disputes aside for the time being.

The period of calm follows a tricky patch for the royals, in which Harry claimed his father's parenting had passed on "pain and suffering" to him.

A source told US Magazine : “It’s no secret that the last year Harry and Meghan have been at war with the royals.

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“All is not forgiven, but after all the backlash regarding their interviews — which by the way, the pair have no regrets about — they’re trying their utmost to maintain a good relationship with the Queen in order to keep the peace.”

The Queen is said to have put the drama aside for now and is overjoyed to be a great-grandmother again.

Harry and Meghan welcomed their second child to the world on June 4 and named her Lilibet Diana in tribute to her great-grandmother and late grandmother Princess Diana.

They reportedly video-called the Queen as soon as they returned home from the hospital to introduce her to the new arrival.

"They were very excited and couldn't wait to share that their daughter arrived," a source told People.

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Sources have claimed the Queen and Prince Charles has been in "regular contact" with Harry since the birth.

Charles has been speaking to his youngest son "frequently" and their relationship has "turned a corner following the raft of shocking claims" that Harry made in controversial interviews earlier this year.

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Announcing the arrival of Lilibet, the couple said: “She is more than we could have ever imagined, and we remain grateful for the love and prayers we’ve felt from across the globe.

“Thank you for your continued kindness and support during this very special time for our family.”

A joint statement from Harry's immediate family, released by Buckingham Palace, said: "The Queen, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall, and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been informed and are delighted with the news."

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