Is this the first picture of Lilibet? Framed photo in new Meghan video

Is this the first picture of Lilibet? Framed photo in new Meghan video
Is this the first picture of Lilibet? Framed photo in new Meghan video
Is this the first picture of Lilibet? Framed photo appearing to show Prince Harry kissing newborn baby takes pride of place on Meghan's desk along with unseen snaps of Archie in new 40x40 video

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Meghan Markle is thought to have revealed a grainy first photograph of her second child Lilibet today after a framed picture of Prince Harry kissing a newborn baby took pride of place on her desk in a new video.

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Four images could be seen next to the Duchess of Sussex at her £11million mansion in California, during the clip to mark her 40th birthday, with the biggest one appearing to show their first son Archie who is now aged two.

Three further black and white photos could be seen in a connected frame in front of this, with the central one seeming to show Harry kissing a baby and one on the right potentially showing Meghan holding a young child. 

The Sussexes have not yet released any photographs of Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor who was born exactly two months ago on June 4 at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital and is eighth in line to the throne. 

Archie has also rarely been seen since the couple stepped back as senior royals in March last year, with the most recent picture of him released to mark his second birthday this May showing him with his back to the camera.  

To mark her 40th birthday, the Duchess has launched 40x40, a global project to encourage people around the world to commit to giving 40 minutes of their time to support women going back to work.

Meghan has asked 40 activists, athletes, artists and world leaders to participate by contributing 40 minutes of mentorship to women re-entering the workforce.

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