'Lilibetdiana.com' Domain Mysteriously Bought On The Day Harry And Meghan's Daughter Was Born

‘Lilibetdiana.com’ Domain Mysteriously Bought On The Day Harry And Meghan’s Daughter Was Born

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It might not have been a coincidence that ‘LilibetDiana.com’ was taken per Godaddy’s stats. The site name has been bought on the very same day Meghan Markle gave birth to her daughter under the same name. Two days later, she announced the happy news along with the name of the girl.

Meghan’s and Harry’s girl is named Lilibet ‘Lili’ Diana Mountbatten-Windsor, born on Friday, June 4 at 11:40 a.m. at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital in Santa Barbara, CA.

The royals have not confirmed or denied this, but experts believed it’s the Sussexes doing.

The identity of the sole purchaser was not revealed as it was procured through Domains By Proxy, an intermediary service based in Scottsdale, Arizona. Secrecy on the privacy of the buyer is the intermediary’s purpose of being used.

Royal expert Angela Levin spoke to Good Morning Britain, explaining what might have happened, “They’ve made a domain, Lilibet Diana. The domain is that nobody can use that email, and they can use that for any sort of commercial work they want to. They’ve licensed it.”

The Sussexes have entered the list of celebrities who bought domains before announcing their child’s arrival.

The couple first worked on their Sussex Royal branding in 2019 and spent thousands of pounds to purchase the Sussex Royal site. But they concede defeat to drop their title and changed to Archewell. The family will face a one-year transition period after quitting the royal family officially on March 31.

Harry and Meghan had planned to use Sussex Royal to trademark on a list of globally sold products from stationery to fashion.

Forgoing ‘Sussex Royal,’ The Sussexes rebranded themselves with Archewell now.

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