Prince Harry showed once again how well he embraces his laid back LA lifestyle, going barefoot for a fashionable Christmas photoshoot. 

Harry and Meghan have shared today the first photo their baby girl Lilibet Diana. This was six months ago, when she was born. It was taken during a photoshoot of Harry’s family with Archie, their 2-year-old son. 

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been portraying themselves in a more laidback manner since stepping down as senior royals in January last year, and today was no exception. 

Harry (37), was seen looking into his LA photo and smiling at his wife, who was holding their daughter, wearing casual jeans, ripped jeans, a shirt, bracelets, and no shoes. 

Prince Harry has once again showed how well he's embracing his relaxed LA lifestyle by going barefoot in a trendy Christmas photoshoot

Prince Harry showed once more how well he embraces his laid back LA lifestyle, going barefoot during a fashionable Christmas photoshoot

Harry's more relaxed approach to his image was made clear after he bared his soles in a photo announcing he and Meghan, 40, were expecting their second child in February

After revealing that he was expecting his second child, Harry showed a more relaxed attitude to his appearance in a photograph.

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

The relaxed family photograph shows Archie, who has inherited his dad’s red hair, casually dressed in jeans like the rest of the family smiling at his mum as Meghan holds up baby Lilibet.   

Harry displayed a relaxed attitude to his image after showing his soles during a photo announcement that he and Meghan (40) were due in February. 

They revealed their pregnancy by taking a black and white photo of them sitting near a tree, Harry holding Meghan’s hand while she rests her head on Meghan’s lap.

The relaxed approach is a world away from the rigid rules of the Royal Family, which saw the couple bend royal protocol as they hugged in public and walked barefoot along Bondi Beach in 2018

It is quite a contrast with the strict rules of Royal Family which required the couple to hug in public or walk barefoot down Bondi Beach. 

Lilibet Dianna MountbattenWindsor was named for the queen’s nickname in childhood. She was born June 4, in Santa Barbara, California. 

This baby, a younger brother to Archie MountbattenWindsor (the Sussexes’ 2-year-old son) was born 7lbs 11oz at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital. 

According to the press secretary, the couple released the following statement: “Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess, are delighted to welcome their daughter Lilibet Diana MountbattenWindsor into the world.

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

“She weighed 7lbs 11oz. Both mom and baby are both healthy and happy and settled in their home.

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

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

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

Diana was her middle name to honor her late grandmother, Princess of Wales.

“This is their second child, and they also have an infant son Archie Harrison MountbattenWindsor.

“The Duchess and Duke of Cambridge would like to thank everyone for their warm wishes and prayers during this time together as a family. 

The relaxed approach is a world away from the rigid rules of the Royal Family, which saw the couple bend royal protocol as they hugged in public and walked barefoot along Bondi Beach in 2018. 

The couple, who are preparing to spend their third festive period outside of the UK, and away from Prince Harry’s family, also opted for American phrases and spellings in their message – using ‘Happy Holidays’ rather than the British ‘Merry Christmas’ in their card.  

“This year, we welcomed our daughter Lilibet to the world. Archie called us “Mama” and Papa, and Lili became a member of the family,” their message stated. 

“As we look ahead to 2022, we have donated on your behalf several organizations that honor or protect families – from American families in need of parental leave to those who are being moved from Afghanistan.