It only took two months, and a tell-all in the works, but Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor -- who is Queen Elizabeth's namesake -- has finally been added to the royal line of succession.
Harry and Meghan's second child was born on June 4 in Santa Barbara, California.
Lilibet is eighth in line to the throne.
Days after it was pointed out that Lilibet had not yet been added to the list, the website royal.uk made an update.
She is now listed where she's supposed to be. While it took two months for Lilibet's acknowledgment, Harry and Meghan's firstborn Archie was added just two weeks after his birth.
The timing is interesting.
The Palace caught a ton of flak last week after royal experts pointed out that Harry's daughter had been overlooked.
Lilibet's addition also comes just days after the news that Harry's working on an explosive memoir.
As Radar exclusively reported, Harry already collected a $15 million advance for one juicy tell-all, but all that money comes with a price.
“This book is going to make the Oprah interview look like the tip of the iceberg," our source told us. "Harry is not getting a $15 million advance just because of who he is, he is getting it because he is going to tell everything."
But his memoir isn't the only book in the works.
Harry reportedly negotiated a multimillion dollar four-book deal, and Meghan is also getting in on the action.
The Duchess of Sussex is allegedly set to write a "wellness" guide after opening up about her mental health struggles during her time as a core member of the royal family.
It was also revealed Harry and Meghan will produce a book on "leadership" -- something several people mocked them over.
Haters immediately took to Twitter to bag on the couple, bringing up the ironic fact that they stepped down from their royal duties which is one of the highest-ranking leadership roles in Britain.
Radar is told the Palace is preparing to fight back on whatever Harry is planning to release in his memoir -- which is rumored to be a two-parter.
“Any statements or claim that is deemed to be misleading or false will no longer be met with silence,” a Palace insider told us. “It was a mistake to turn the other check after the Oprah interview, that will not happen again. Harry needs to know that he is entitled to his own feelings but not his own facts.”