On Sunday, Royal reports indicated that Queen Elizabeth II will never meet her great-granddaughter Lilibet, the daughter of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, media agencies reported on Sunday.
Prince Harry decided not to attend Prince Philip's memorial later this month, according to local reporters.
Royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams expressed that the highly anticipated reunion between the Queen and the girl that carries her name is "increasingly unlikely," adding, "If they don't bring Lili over, then obviously that won't happen.
"It's all something that's clearly not going to be resolved in the foreseeable future. And it doesn't seem like they're going to come over," he concluded.
Last year, Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s Lilibet were officially listed on the Royal Line of Succession, seven weeks after her birth.
She is the eighth into the line to the throne after her brother Archie.
Until now, the Sussexes’ daughter is not given the title of Princess or any Royal title yet, which could be linked to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s exit away from Royal duties. She is listed as “Miss Lilibet Mountbatten-Windsor.”
Regarding the line of succession, Prince Charles came at the top of the list under the title of the Prince of Wales, followed by his oldest son, Duke of Cambridge Prince William.
After William comes his three children: George, Charlotte, and Louis. Next comes Prince Harry followed by his son Archie, before Lilibet.