Inside Lilibet's First Birthday Party

June has been quite the eventful month for the royal family with all eyes on the Platinum Jubilee, a celebration of Queen Elizabeth's 70 years on the throne. Since the festivities began, Prince Louis' facial expressions at his carriage debut have captured the hearts of the internet. And we can't forget about the fashion, with both Kate Middleton and Camilla Parker Bowles embracing the fashion repeater trope, rewearing outfits they have both already worn to the event in the past.

However, what was perhaps the most anticipated aspect of the jubilee was the reunion between the royal family and Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who made an infamous royal exit in 2020, and have been living outside of Los Angeles ever since (via Hello! Magazine).

In addition to honoring the queen, Harry and Meghan were present in the United Kingdom during another special, celebratory moment. Here's everything we know about the second child and first daughter of Meghan and Harry, Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor, and how her family marked her first birthday.

Lilibet's birthday celebration was easygoing

There's much to celebrate for the royal family these days, and there seems to be enough to go around during the weekend of the Platinum Jubilee. During Queen Elizabeth's commemoration of being the first British monarch to reign for 70 years, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made sure to celebrate their little one, too. Their youngest child, Lilibet, turned one on June 4, and according to the Daily Mail, her birthday party shied away from any lavishness. The two also have a 3 year old son, Archie.

The publication reported that Meghan and Harry opted for a more relaxed and casual feel as they welcomed close family for Lilibet's United Kingdom debut where they decided to celebrate her first year. The laid back party, held at Frogmore Cottage, was a typical children's party, complete with balloons, a birthday cake and party games for partygoers in attendance to enjoy. On Twitter, Her Majesty and Prince William and Kate Middleton were amongst members of the royal family wishing the infant a happy birthday.

The Daily Mail also broke the news that Lilibet finally met her great-grandmother, who was named after the queen's childhood nickname, while across the pond.