Meghan and Harry will share Lilibets photo for maximum impact, expert claims

Duke and Duchess of Sussex fans may have to wait a while longer to see Meghan Markle and Prince Harry release a photo of baby Lilibet Diana.

A royal commentator has claimed the royal couple may release the first photo of Lilibet for 'maximum impact'.

The Sussexes are "protective" over their daughter Lilibet, who was born in June in the US, and a photo of the royal bundle of joy is yet to be seen.

However, it's said Meghan and Harry are waiting for the public's interest to rise after their daughter was born five months ago.

Neil Sean, royal expert, claims a decline in public interest in Lilibet was 'noticed' by the couple, writes GeoTV.

He claimed: "They feel and their advisers feel that if they do release a picture, they will be invading their own privacy something they've rallied against.

"For me, I think this is ridiculous.

"If they were to put a picture on social media, a lot of people would be pleased to see the child, they're all interested but as each month passes, interest diminishes.

"They're now looking for an opportunity to introduce Lilibet Diana to the world.

"As we know, we haven't seen a Christmas card but perhaps they're waiting for maximum impact."

Last year, the parents of two, shared their first US Christmas card after moving to California with son Archie, now two, in March 2020.

Little redhead Archie was seen in the snap, taken at the family's home in Montecito, and also featured the tot playing with their two dogs Pula and Guy.

The photo, snapped by Meghan's Mum Doria Ragland, showed a small Christmas tree, a children's playhouse, and a gorgeous garden backdrop.

The card was edited into a 'painting' style taking away a crisp clear image of the family and Archie.

It read: "Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.”

A spokesperson for the royal couple at the time said: “The original photo of the family was taken at their home earlier this month by The Duchess’s mother.

"The small Christmas tree, including the homemade ornaments and other decorations, were selected by Archie, and the tree will be replanted after the holidays.”

However, there were comments claiming the couple was 'wary of opening up' in the photo as the digitalised picture gave a 'rustic' look into their home and lives.

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