Prince Charles spoke for the first time about his new granddaughter, Lillibit Diana, daughter of Harry and Meghan Markle, who was born on June 4.
The Duke of Sussex’s father ended up talking about the girl during a visit to an Oxford car factory on Tuesday.
He began by saying, “The development of technology such as electric cars is vital to the health of our planet and to future generations, something I am well aware of today, as I was very recently for the fifth time.”
He added, “This happy news reminds us of the need to continue to innovate in this field, bearing in mind the legacy we leave to our grandchildren.”
According to the Daily Telegraph, Carlos has reconnected with his youngest son thanks to the birth of Lillipet. A source close to the British royal family told the newspaper that over the past few days, since the girl’s birth, the prince has been in “regular contact” with Harry. The post even highlights Carlos’ comments regarding the aforementioned factory visit as evidence of the resumption of contact.
It should be noted that the recent period witnessed tensions between Harry and the royal family, after the prince launched several accusations against his family, especially his father. However, in addition to Prince Charles’ delight, the Queen also appears to hold no grudge against her grandson, as she invited him to a private lunch.
Harry and Meghan Markle are also the parents of 2-year-old Archie.