Six months ago, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle shared their first picture of Lilibet Diana. 

This adorable family photo shows Meghan with her giggling little girl, and Harry smilingly holding their son.  

Archie’s dad has red hair. He is wearing jeans as the rest of his family. Harry and Meghan share their images with Archie but his face is visible. 

The Sussexes are currently in Montecito and have released their card to say they made a donation. 

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have finally shown the first photo of their daughter Lilibet Diana, six months after she was born

Six months after her birth, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle finally showed the first picture of Lilibet Diana.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have finally shown the first photo of their daughter Lilibet Diana, six months after she was born.

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and finally the first photograph of Lilibet Diana have been released. This is six months after her birth.

Lilibet Diana Montbatten-Windsor is the second child of the Duke and Duchess Sussex. She was born in Santa Barbara on June 4, California.

Lilibet was born at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital. She was named for the Queen’s nickname in childhood, and her middle name Diana was in honor of Harry’s mother.

The Sussexes had a baby girl, Archie Mountbatten Winsor’s younger brother. He weighed in at 7 pounds 11oz.

Their press secretary stated that the couple welcomed their daughter Lilibet Diana MountbattenWindsor to the world with joy.

Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital staff and doctors gave birth to ‘Lili on Friday, June 4. At 11.40 a.m.

She weighed in at 7lbs and 11 ounces. Both mom and baby are both healthy and well. They have settled into their new home.

Named after Her Majesty, the Queen’s great-grandmother Lilibet, “Lili”, “Lili” was also named.

Diana is her middle name. It was named in honor of her grandmother, the Princess of Wales.

This is Archie Harrison Mountbatten Windsor’s second child.

“The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall would like to express their gratitude for all your prayers and warm wishes as they celebrate this momentous time with their families.”

Lilibet’s birth photos were not released, but Archie did.

Last year, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex opted to share an illustrated Christmas card – leading to some disappointed fans calling for the couple to show Archie’s face.

In the 2020 festive greeting, the couple were seen playing with Archie in the garden of their £11million ($15million) home in Montecito, along with dogs Pula and Guy. This card is a drawing from a photo taken by Meghan’s mom Doria.

The message, which was sent via Mayhew (a London-based animal charity whose patron Meghan is), reads: “Wishing everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.”

Archie selected ornaments to decorate the tiny Christmas tree. Along with an unidentified thank-you for a personal, but not disclosed donation by the royals, the Mayhew shared the photo on Twitter.

Meghan said in her card, “This year, we as a family have donated to many charities with your in mind.” The card included a list of donations that Meghan made to charity. They ranged from the local California group that aids families to transition from homelessness to two UK patronages. One supports animal and community welfare while the other funds a fund to honor a dear friend that educates children in Uganda and helps them fight poverty.

It gave the opportunity to peek inside Archie’s and their home. According to a spokesperson for the couple, the card showed a sneak peek into the home and Archie’s playhouse.

Archie chose the small Christmas tree and all the handmade ornaments. The tree will then be replanted following the holidays.

Mayhew is located in Kensal Green (West London) and stated on its website, that it would use the funds to ‘weather and allow us to reach animals and people who are suffering’.

Caroline Yates is Mayhew’s chief executive. She said that she was delighted to have the Duchess and has shined a tremendous light over our community-based animal welfare efforts in the past two years.

“We are very grateful to the Duke and Duchess for their personal gift. This will allow us to assist even more pet owners and cats in this difficult winter season.