Meghan Markle's daughter Lilibet is the spitting image of her father

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Like father, like daughter! Lilibet is showing more signs to inherit the famous ‘ginger’ look from her father Prince Harry.

According to the Dailymail, Prince Harry’s daughter, Lilibet, is confirmed to have ‘ginger’ locks by her mother, Meghan Markle. In a recent interview with The Cut, the Duchess of Sussex gave the audience a glimpse of her daily life, including doing school run just like every ordinary mother.

Lilibet and Prince Harry's striking resemblance

One-year-old Lilibet, who is named after Queen Elizabeth II, is the youngest child in the family. From her mother’s profile, when appearing with her nanny, she bears great resemblance to her father Prince Harry, as ‘small and also ginger’. Her brother Archie, who is 2 years older, also takes after the Duke of Sussex's attributes, with ginger tendrils and deep blue eyes.

Meghan Markle's daughter Lilibet is the spitting image of her father

During the interview, Meghan shared openly about her family life in the US, thus showing more about the private life of the little princess Lilibet.

The toddler was seen ‘unsmiling with watchful bright-blue eyes' when her nanny took care of her. However, the expression did not last long as her father Harry entertained the whole family by beatboxing and everyone started dancing joyfully.

Has Lilibet met her Royal Family relatives?

Earlier in June, when the Duke and Duchess came back to the UK to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee, Lilibet had a chance to meet a myriad of her dear relatives from the Royal Family in real life. The baby also had her first meeting with her great-grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, although Her Majesty banned any photograph of their cozy talk from being taken.

The interviewer also revealed the Duchess's education plans for her son, Archie, who is still a kindergarten student.

She told the magazine that she has been putting great emphasis on saying ‘please’ and ‘thank you’ when educating her son.

Meghan detailed:

‘We always say to him, ‘Manners make the man. Ways, ways, ways, ways, ways’.’

Besides talking about the way that the couple’s daughter looks like her father, the interview also seeks information about how the royals' life has changed since Prince Harry’s family was accommodated in Montecito, California. In 2020, Harry and Meghan made headlines following their infamous exit from senior royal titles and departure from the UK to seek permanent residence in the US. Shortly after the couple's decision, another bombshell dropped on the Royal Family after Harry and Meghan appeared on an Oprah Winfrey show and revealed shocking truths that happen behind closed doors at Buckingham Palace.

Obviously, his life at the moment and his previous life as a royal member are like chalk and cheese. He now drives to their friend Victoria Jackson’s house to help fix her sprinkler or even shows up at Archie's classmates’ birthday. Not so typical of a royal, but it is Harry and Meghan's choice after all.

The couple also shared how they got used to working from their home office together to manage Archewell Foundation, a global non-profit organization founded by the Duke of Sussex.

Harry told the interviewer:

‘Most people that I know and many of my family, they aren’t able to work and live together.'. However, Prince Harry did not find it too challenging as it was ‘natural and normal'.’

Harry and Meghan are paying a visit to the Uk and Germany in the upcoming days to do charity work. However, it is not likely for them to spare time to meet the Queen or to reunite with Harry's big brother William, despite their escalating relationship in recent years.

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Her Majesty is believed to stay in Balmoral for a few more weeks due to her problems with mobility. If there is any chance for the meeting, it will be ‘very surprising’, according to Phil Dampier, as said on MailOnline.

In the interview with The Cut, Meghan also explained that before deciding on getting away from royal duties in 2020, the couple was not 'reinventing the wheel' by asking for being financially independent.

With names hidden from the article, the Duchess listed a ‘handful of princes and princesses and dukes who have the very arrangement they wanted'.

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