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The Royal Family hasn't updated its public succession list to include Lilibet's position seven weeks after she was born.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's second child, a baby girl, was born on June 4, making her the eighth in line to the British throne.

However, 51 days following her arrival, Buckingham Palace still hasn't slotted her into the list on Royal.Uk, where she would be placed immediately after her brother Archie and one before Prince Andrew, The Duke Of York.

Due to the UK's ad hoc constitutional arrangements, there isn't a formal order set in law, so the website's line of succession serves as an official list.

Lilibet's brother Archie was included in the list 15 days after he was born.

And according to The Sun, the names of Prince William and Kate Middleton's children were placed quicker on the list, with Prince Louis' name added 12 days after his birth.

Speaking of the matter, ITV's royal editor Chris Ship said during his Royal Rota podcast: "You have got to ask what has taken them so long.

"All they have got to do is hit the paragraph button and put in a different number.

"They must have done it before. They did it for Archie. Clearly, they did it for Louis when he was born. So where's Lilibet? I can forgive them a week or two, but a month?

"It does feel like to me, maybe, they are making a point," he concluded.

So far, Meghan and Harry have kept details of their daughter's first few months as a newborn under wraps, but she definitely hasn't been introduced to any of the Royal family in person yet.

However, earlier this month, Harry described little Lilibet as "very chilled" during a surprise appearance at the WellChild Awards in London.

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