Meghan and Prince Harry’s daughter Lili is now six months old – and has reportedly already become a “joy to be around”. Providing a rare update on the tot, a source claimed: “She’s such a sweet-natured baby and a real joy to be around.”
The child has already reached a few milestones of which, the source also said, her proud parents are keeping track.
Speaking to Us Weekly, the source added: “They’re keeping a note of all her new exciting milestones.
“It’s amazing how quickly she’s growing.”
Lili was born on June 4 at a Santa Barbara hospital.
Meghan and Harry announced her birth through their organisation Archewell a couple of days later.
A brief message from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex read: “On June 4th, we were blessed with the arrival of our daughter, Lili.
“She is more than we could have ever imagined, and we remain grateful for the love and prayers we’ve felt from across the globe.
“Thank you for your continued kindness and support during this very special time for our family.”
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Mindful of their daughter’s privacy, Meghan and Harry have yet to share a picture of the tot with the public.
And they have only provided a few updates on the newborn.
In September, during the Sussexes’ first-ever public trip together to New York, a reporter asked the Duchess how her daughter was doing.
While visiting the One World Trade Center, Meghan simply said: “She’s beautiful.”
During a more recent public appearance, the Duchess opened up further on her younger child, and said Lili is teething.
In November, Meghan said during her appearance on The Ellen Degeneres Show: “She is a good sleeper, but the teeth are coming in, so any mom will understand where you go they may be the best in the world, but the moment that is happening you have so much sympathy, so yes, I am up most of the night.”
During this interview, Meghan also spoke about her elder child, two-year-old Archie Harrison.
The Duchess revealed she and Harry decided to dress up their children for Halloween – but the babies did not appear to be on board with the idea.
She said: “We wanted to do something fun for the kids and then the kids were not into it at all.
“Archie was a dinosaur for maybe five minutes.
“Still not even five minutes, Harry talked him into putting the head on.
“But Lilibet was a skunk and it was so cute. She was the flower from Bambi.”
Asked by Ellen if her son is a good big brother, Meghan replied: “He loves being a big brother!”
While the public has yet to see Lili, the Sussexes have shared a few snaps of their son, who was formally introduced to the world two days after his birth in May 2019 with a photocall held at Windsor Castle.