Indeed, royal observers have been quick to note that Prince William and Kate Middleton were the original couple to give their first daughter, Princess Charlotte, the middle name of Diana.
Born on the 2nd May, 2015, the six-year-old royal was christened Charlotte Elizabeth Diana Mountbatten-Windsor.
Now, six years later, Harry and Meghan have followed suit, naming their first child after the nDuke's late mother.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have congratulated the Sussexes on the arrival of their little one via Instagram.
Along with a black-and-white photo of a pregnant Meghan with Harry and Archie, the caption read, "We are all delighted by the happy news of the arrival of baby Lili. Congratulations to Harry, Meghan and Archie".
Given all that has unfolded, some royal watchers feel the Duke and Duchess choice in name is a stark contrast to their recent actions.
“So after all the grief they caused Her Maj they use her pet name. They have no moral compass,” one Twitter comment reads.
Another added: “Harry & Meghan name their daughter after the racist #RoyalFamily, esp. the Queen who could let racism rampant in the ‘institution’, was a bad mother, the matriarch of a firm causing genetic pain & the enabler of her family’s suffering, including being trapped in the firm.”
“Very calculated,” a third read.
No matter what the royal couple do, they’re met with backlash. So has been the troubling pattern since they first began dating.
So, it’s sadly unsurprising their choice in baby name has endured the same response.
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