Meghan and Harry’s daughter Lilibet is still missing from the Royal line of succession

Lilibet, Meghan and Harry daughter, is still missing from the Royal line of succession two months after her birth.

Archie, Lilibet’s younger brother, was added to the official list only two weeks after his birth in London in 2019. The current discrepancy has not been addressed by the palace.

The child’s disappearance comes after Harry’s divisive decision to break ties with the royal family and relocate to the Hollywood Hills.

Lilibet, who was born in the month of June, should be the eighth in line to the throne. Prince Andrew is currently occupying her seat.

Less than two weeks after his birth, Prince Louis, William and Kate’s son, was given the fifth spot.

Some speculated that the palace’s delay was due to a message being sent to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

ITV’s Chris Ship told the Royal Rata podcast, “You have to ask what has taken them so long.”

“All they have to do now is press the paragraph button and change the number. It’s likely they’ve done it before. It was done for Archie’s sake. It was obviously done for Louis when he was born. They’ve also done it for some of the other children who have been born, such as August.”

See also  Diana's ex-butler Paul Burrell who is battling prostate cancer says he must 'share her secrets with William and Harry'
Royal News Prince George Catherine