The daughter of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle obviously has a very particular pedigree. And the destiny of Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor would already be mapped out: the little girl, born in 2021, would be expected to become a real star. There is of course the celebrity of her illustrious parents, but also the fact that she would be “the only real princess born in the United States”, says celebrity expert Sandro Monetti.
The couple are raising their two children, Archie, three, and Lilibet, one, in Montecito, California. And Sandro Monetti is already predicting an incredible destiny for the Sussexes’ daughter, who would become “the most famous person in California”.
The specialist in royalty thus entrusted to Hello! Magazine: “I don’t see the house in the Montecito being their long-term home. I see them, when the kids are older, moving to Los Angeles County – maybe Malibu, where Princess Diana was a great fan. Maybe even Bel Air, a little more towards the center of things as their career in Hollywood develops and they decide to devote themselves to it. But also their children,” he said. he explains.
“An Alternate Royal Family”
“Yes, Meghan and Harry are very famous. But believe me, when Lilibet comes of age – she will be the most famous person in California, if not America. She is the only princess born in California, so imagine a 21-year-old Lilibet – she will be the biggest star in town”, details the expert people.
Monetti also claims that the Duke and Duchess are in the process of creating their own “alternative royal family” in the United States: “Yes, they have moved away but they still have the titles”, he recalls.
The statement comes as Prince Harry and Meghan learned they had to ‘win’ royal titles for their children Archie and Lilibet, recalls the Scottish Daily Express.
The children of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex rose in the line of succession following the death of Queen Elizabeth in September 2022 and, as grandchildren of the new monarch, King Charles III, they would be entitled with the titles of prince and princess, enjoying the status of “HRH”. But since the 74-year-old king’s accession five months ago, there has been no official announcement regarding these titles. This question would be pending, a source told Vanity Fair.