The ‘ignorance’ of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s daughter risks igniting a new ‘firestorm.’
THE ROYAL FAMILY is at risk of a new “firestorm” because Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s kid, Lilibet, is still not listed in the Firm’s line of succession.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s daughter, who is ninth in line to the throne, is still missing from the Royal Family’s official list of Windsors and how near they are to the throne, six weeks after her birth. However, royal analyst Daniela Elser has warned that the Firm is at risk of a new “firestorm” since Lili is being “ignored.”
“The Lili omission has the potential to ignite a new Sussex-related firestorm,” she wrote.
“It simply defies belief that this terrible scenario has been allowed to occur, especially given that 2021 is in strong competition to be the Queen’s Annus Horribilis 2.0 for a variety of Harry and Meghan-shaped reasons.”
Ms. Elser went on to wonder if the omission of Lilibet from the line of succession was a “IT blunder of the decade” or a planned snub.
“Perhaps the broader question is, does it matter?” she said.
“The Palace’s failure to incorporate Lili so far, even for weeks after her birth, stings quite a bit.”
Ms Esler stated that the list was updated more quickly for Prince George, the eldest child of Prince William and Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, and Lilibet’s older brother, Archie.
“But Lili is a whole other ball game, and the climate right now is nothing short of combustible,” she wrote in her most recent column for the New Zealand Herald.
“All it takes is one spark, one incident of her being allegedly ignored by the palace, and the entire Sussex PR tinderbox may burst into flames once more.”
“The palace’s apparent lack of urgency on the Lili/website front is breathtaking,” MS Elser continued.
“Or, to put it another way, someone has updated the royal.uk website with all the pertinent information for this year’s Swan Upping (which begins on Monday!) However, they have yet to add Lilibet to the line of succession.
“Talk about fiddling while Rome is on the verge of exploding.”
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