Princess Lilibet can look forward to unheard-of gifts: Meghan got hers years before Lili's birth, with the intention of "wanting to give it to her daughter".
Montecito – When the current Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle (41) landed the role of Rachel Zane in the hit series "Suits" in the early days of her acting career, she decided to treat herself. After the series got the green light for a third season, Meghan bought herself a fancy Cartier Tank Française watch worth 5,000 pounds (5,800 euros) – and had a meaningful message engraved on the back to remind her of her success.
In an interview with the Hello! "When I found out that 'Suits' was going into its third season – which felt like a milestone at the time – I bought the two-tone version," she proudly said. She had always coveted this luxury watch, she further explained.
Meghan Markle got Lilibet a luxury watch as a gift before she was born. According to the British Mirror, she wore the good piece in her YouTube promo for her book "The Bench" (photomontage), among other things. © Archewell/dpa & Screenshot YouTube @The Bench
On the back, she had the dedication "To M.M. From M.M." engraved. She continued, "I plan to give it to my daughter one day. That's what makes pieces so special, the connection you have with them."
It's not the only special watch Meghan has in her jewelry collection. She also owns Princess Diana's (36, † 1997) Cartier Tank Française watch, which she regularly wore during public appearances in the 1990s. The heirloom was given to the late Princess of Wales by her father for her 21st birthday. After her death, Prince Harry received them as a memento. He is said to have given it to his girlfriend Meghan in the first days of their relationship.
First reported on June 5, 14:28 p.m.: London – As if it weren't hard enough for King Charles III (74), the ongoing feud with his second-born Prince Harry (38), who turned his back on the crown with wife Meghan Markle (41), also requires diplomatic tact. How do you remain a fair grandfather who does not favor or neglect any of his grandchildren? On June 4, his granddaughter Lilibet celebrated her second birthday in faraway Montecito. The monarch himself is on a hiking holiday in Romania. But Charles III solved the problem with great skill, refrained from public congratulations, but presented a very special private gift that leaves no questions unanswered.
This "little house" has it all – Lilibet will collect many fond memories of it
As GoodtoKnow reports, Charles gave little Lilibet a dollhouse for her birthday. This is not just any children's toy, but a walk-in miniature dwelling for children. Although Lilibet is still a toddler, she should soon be very enthusiastic about her little "home". The gift from Charles was not only a sweet surprise for his granddaughter, but also contained a special message that Lilibet will always associate with the royal family and their traditions.
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The daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex is named after her great-grandmother, the late Queen Elizabeth II (96, †2022), whose childhood and pet name was so. Thanks to Charles' great gift, Lilibet now has another thing in common with the famous monarch. The mini-cottage is said to resemble the one the late queen and her sister Margret (71, † 2002) had when they were girls, according to Best Products. For his youngest granddaughter, every effort is worth it, then building a small house is associated with a lot of costs and efforts.
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Prince Harry has shed light on the relationship between himself and his father, King Charles, in his memoir "Spare," which has led many to wonder what it really looked like behind the palace doors. Prince William also got rid of his fat. But in the meantime, the reappraisal according to Netflix documentary and revealing books should be complete, as it was heard from Montecito.
The miniature house is based on the original play by Queen Elizabeth II
King Charles presents Princess Lilibet with a very special gift. A miniature house replica in which Queen Elizabeth II and her sister Margaret had a lot of fun is now intended to strengthen the connection between his granddaughter and him (photomontage). © Toby Melville/dpa & Photo12/Imago & Archewell/dpa
Since Lilibet doesn't live in the UK, Charles decided that she should get her own bespoke house similar to the playhouse. The gift is meant to remind Lilibet that she has a special connection to Her Majesty and the rest of the royal family, even though her parents are no longer senior members of the monarchy. The Regent's old playhouse has been passed down from generation to generation in Britain and remains with the royals. He may even personally share memories of his mother's first four mini-walls.
Queen Elizabeth II's cottage and the proud owner on her doorstep. © Photo12/Imago
Little is known about the relationship between Charles and his granddaughter, and there have been few opportunities to get closer. Her first birthday was celebrated by the sister of Prince Archie (4), who celebrated his birthday on the day of the monarch's coronation, celebrated his last anniversary. At that time, there was still the Frogmore Cottage, which served as Harry and Meghan's residence in the UK. In the meantime, the king has cashed in on this in order to push ahead with his austerity measures. However, Charles III is known as a loving grandfather who loves to spend time with his descendants, he would certainly love to paint the walls with the little princess after her first occupancy or bake a cake with her. Sources used: thelist.co.uk