Prince William and Kate Middleton Made "No Effort" to Introduce Their Kids to Lilibet

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry showed up at the Queen’s Jubilee last weekend to lend their support to the royals and introduce their baby daughter Lilibet to Harry’s family, but apparently not everyone got a chance to meet her. Ahem, specifically Kate Middleton and Prince William.

Kate and William didn’t show up to Lili’s first birthday party at Frogmore Cottage due to having a previous engagement in Wales for the Jubilee. However! Us Weekly reports that they made “no effort” to introduce their kids (Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis) to Lili during the days they were in town.

“William and Kate made no effort at all to introduce Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis to [Lili],” royal expert Christopher Andersen told the outlet, adding that there is still “a lot of tension” between the couples, and that “as far as I know, nobody believes they spoke [to one another].”

Meghan, Harry, Kate, and William certainly weren’t seen together in public, and we already know the Cambridges missed Lili’s party, so…yep, not sure when they’d have chilled. Though, a source also noted to Us Weekly that the party thing wasn’t an intentional snub: “It was purely coincidental. Harry is coming back to visit soon and hopes to see William in person. They are trying to figure things out. Harry and Meghan had a wonderful time seeing the Queen again. It was one of the biggest highlights of their year so far.”

FYI, Christopher Andersen previously said that Meghan and Harry “went there hoping to mend fences and ran into a brick wall,” and noted that “I’m sure they expected to have a warmer welcome than what they received.”

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