Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are ‘highly unlikely’ to name daughter Diana

During Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s interview with Oprah Winfrey many explosive claims were made about the Royal Family.

Many shocking details came to light, including the fact that Meghan felt “lonely” and “isolated” as part of the Royal Family.

But among all the heavy subjects, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex also shared some lovely news.

They announced they are expecting a daughter “sometime in the summer”.

Naturally, there is already much speculation about what the couple may call Archie’s baby sister.

Many are wondering they will call their daughter Diana, after Harry’s late mother.

But according to a source, that is very unlikely to happen – and there is a good reason for it.

A source told Page six: “They are highly unlikely to call their daughter Diana. Their biggest concern is that it would make her a bigger target for the media and considerably increase interest in the child’s life.”

Diana, who was known as the People’s Princess, tragically died after being involved in a car crash in Paris in 1997.

The source added: “Whatever anybody thinks, Harry and Meghan do value their privacy and want to shield their children from the intense media pressure they have endured.”

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In addition, Harry and Meghan reportedly worry the name would “place too much pressure on the child and make everything difficult, from enrolling her in school to travel”.

They added: “And they want her to find her own way in life”.

The couple may “consider Diana as a middle name”, like Princess Charlotte.

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But Harry and Meghan have “not enjoyed the feeling they have been compared to – and pitted against – William and Kate in the media and by the palace,” so they may opt not to.

Speaking to Oprah about having a daughter, Harry said he was feeling “just grateful”.

He continued: “To have any child, any one or any two, would have been amazing. But to have a boy and then a girl, I mean, what more can you ask for? Now we’ve got our family, we got the four of us and our two dogs.”

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