Queen Elizabeth II has met her 11th great grandchild, Lilibeth "Lili" Diana Mountbatten-Windsor - on a web camera!

In spite of news media hyping controversies about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's relationship with the royal family the couple hasn't let it affect their bond with the boss.

According to People, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex introduced Lili to her great grandmother in a video call as soon as they got home after her birth Saturday. The publication's source said Harry and Markle were excited to share the news of their daughter's arrival.

Queen Elizabeth was delighted to learn of the new addition to the family. The pair's first child, Archie Harrison, was "happy to have a little sister," too.

The 2-year-old is now officially a big brother and, thanks to his parents, he is prepared for the role. Though he is still young the insider says he is "big enough that he is now starting to have his own life.

"He enjoys preschool and outdoor activities," the tipster reveals. "He will have a fun summer."

Meanwhile, Harry is expected to return to the U.K. July 1 for the unveiling of the Kensington Palace statue in honor of his late mother Princess Diana. However, Markle and their two kids will not be with him.

Anyhow, Harry may return home with his family to celebrate the holidays with the royals at the end of the year. They may wait until the next summer to join the celebrations of Queen Elizabeth's - her 70-years of service.

Though Harry and Markle have left their roles as working royals it is clear they never left the family. In fact, their daughter's name speaks volumes about their relationship. Lilibet is Queen Elizabeth's childhood nickname.

"She was a sort of stepmother for both Harry and William," royal historian Robert Lacey says. "We have all focused on her coaching of William as the future king but we are realizing now the importance of the emotional bonds that she's been able to establish with Harry, and their ability to talk to each other directly. That affection remains."