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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have reportedly found themselves in a state of disbelief following reports suggesting that the late Queen Elizabeth II was displeased with their choice of naming their daughter Lilibet, a term associated with the late monarch.

An insider, shedding light on the aftermath of the negative speculation surrounding the couple, revealed to Us Weekly that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex had indeed obtained explicit permission from the Queen to use the name.

The source vehemently denied the reports, asserting that the backlash is part of a perceived ‘smear campaign’ targeting the couple. “The report is not true. They don’t know where this is coming from. [They are] shocked that this is coming now; it seems out of nowhere and out of left field.

They just feel like it’s more of the same smear campaign that continues against them.” Expressing their skepticism, the source pointed out the timing of the controversy, emphasizing that it appears “convenient [that] this is surfacing now when the Queen is not here to defend herself and can’t say what is true or false.”

These developments unfold against a backdrop of earlier reports alleging that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle had left Queen Elizabeth angered by informing her of their decision to name their daughter Lilibet, rather than seeking explicit permission beforehand.

The ongoing narrative raises questions about the dynamics within the royal family and the challenges faced by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in managing public perceptions.

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