Lilibet Diana domain already registered, ‘allowing Sussexes to use commercially’

An online domain for new-born Lilibet Diana has already been set up, with one prominent royal-watcher claiming Harry and Meghan are behind the move.

The domain “” was bought on Friday via GoDaddy, three days before Harry and Meghan announced the arrival of their second child.

The IP address is registered in Missouri, in the United States.

The name of the person who registered it is not known.

But the filing happened before little Lilibet Diana was announced to the world, leading to speculation the domain was registered by someone in the know rather than an opportunistic member of the public.

Royal biographer Angela Levin earlier this week claimed the Sussexes were behind the move.

She told Good Morning Britain: "They’ve made a domain – Lilibetdiana.

"A domain means nobody can use that email and they can use it for any commercial work – they’ve licensed it.”

Lilibet Diana was born at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital in California, weighing 7lb 11oz.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex had already registered “”, named after Lilibet’s brother Archie, and they used that site to announce the birth of their baby girl.

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When the arrival of Lilibet – who is the Queen’s 11th great-grandchild – was announced over the weekend, a spokesman for the Sussexes said: "Both mother and child are healthy and well, and settling in at home.

"Lili is named after her great-grandmother, Her Majesty the Queen, whose family nickname is Lilibet.

"Her middle name, Diana, was chosen to honour her beloved late grandmother, the Princess of Wales."

The couple have asked well-wishers to send donations to groups that help women rather than sending them gifts.

A post on the Archewell Foundation website said: "For those inquiring on sending gifts, we would ask that you support or learn more about these organisations working for women and girls: Girls Inc, Harvest Home, CAMFED or Myna Mahila Foundation.

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