It’s been three weeks since the Sussex family has grown. On June 4, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry welcomed their second child: a little girl they named Lilibet Diana. The royal baby girl was born in the utmost discretion at the end of the morning, at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital, located in California. It was finally two days later that the happy parents announced the news, in a press release, on the website of their Archewell foundation. For the time being, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have still not revealed the face of their daughter and are enjoying their new family life away from the media and social networks.
For the moment, the godmothers and godfathers of Lilibet Diana are not yet known. For several weeks or even months, speculations have been rife between tennis player Serena Williams, journalist Gayle King and actor Patrick J. Adams. The name of Oprah Winfrey also circulates a lot, and precisely the host is out of silence on this subject. “I don’t have to be a godmother, I’m a godmother by default. I’m a neighbor, I’m a friend, and all that … You probably need someone younger to be the godmother”, the couple’s close friend told Entertainment Tonight, the Mirror reports.
Oprah Winfrey “the perfect godmother”?
It must be said that the role of godmother seemed obvious to Oprah Winfrey. “If one of the godparents is Oprah – and I’m not saying it is – we can understand that they might want to keep it to themselves, since the mere fact of Oprah doing their interview was already quite controversial in itself, “journalist and royal biographer Omid Scobie told The Sun. Shortly before, a close friend of Meghan Markle had made other confidences to Heat World. “Meghan thinks Oprah would be the perfect godmother for her daughter. She wants her daughter to be surrounded by strong female role models and Oprah totally fits that. She has been a real support for herself and for Harry since they moved to California and Meghan know she can count on her, no matter what, “we learned.
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