A new baby in the royal family is to be celebrated!
On Sunday, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry announced the birth of their baby girl Lilibet "Lili" Diana, born Friday.
A name in tribute to Queen Elisabeth II and Lady Di, the mother of the Duke of Sussex.
Announcement of a happy event, we expected a slew of messages, each one warmer than the next.
“All my congratulations to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on the birth of their daughter,” tweeted Boris Johnson, the British Prime Minister.
And what about the royal family?
We have known more enthusiastic.
A "delighted" family
On Twitter, the account of the royal family relayed the congratulations of the Queen, Prince Charles and his wife. All three said they were "delighted by the news". They could have added “so many happy family moments and laughter awaits us”, but they abstained. Charles and Camilla still dubbed their message on their own Twitter account. “We send our best wishes to them at this special time,” they wrote, adding a little whimsy, a festive emoji, as well as a photo of the couple and Archie.
Finally, Prince William and Kate Middleton have also shared their wishes on social networks.
“We are delighted with this happy news and the arrival of baby Lili.
Congratulations to Harry, Meghan and Archie ”.
Despite these messages that we will qualify as "modest", there is no doubt that the whole family had to spend the whole weekend on the phone to congratulate the happy parents as they should, in complete privacy.
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