KEY POINTS

  • Meghan Markle shared a new video in celebration of her 40th birthday Wednesday
  • The video showed several family photos on her desk, including a snap of Prince Harry with their daughter Lili
  • Harry also made a surprise cameo in the video when he was caught juggling in the background

Meghan Markle may have given royal fans the first glimpse of her daughter in a video to celebrate her 40th birthday.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have yet to release an official photo of their second child, Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor, since welcoming her on June 4. However, a snap of the now-2-month-old baby girl briefly appeared in a video Markle shared Wednesday for her birthday, Page Six reported.

In the video, the picture of baby Lili with her dad, Prince Harry, appeared alongside a few never-before-seen family photos on Markle’s desk at their $14 million mansion in Montecito, California.

The clip shows one large photo of their firstborn, 2-year-old Archie. In front of it are three framed, smaller black-and-white pictures, with the photo in the middle showing Prince Harry gently kissing baby Lili.

Another image shows Markle snuggling up to Archie, while the last picture is a family shot.

Markle may have also honored their kids with her choice of jewelry in the video. She wore necklaces from Los Angeles designer Logan Hollowell featuring the constellations Gemini and Taurus, possibly for the birthdates of Lili, who was born in the first week of June, and Archie, who was born in the first week of May.

Meanwhile, Prince Harry also made a surprise cameo in his wife's 40th birthday video.

While Markle was speaking with Melissa McCarthy about her 40x40 project — where the duchess aims to enlist activists, athletes and celebrities from around the world to donate 40 minutes of their time to mentor a woman re-entering the workforce amid the coronavirus pandemic — her husband suddenly appeared in a window in the background juggling, Us Weekly reported.

Prince Harry initially stumbled with the balls and appeared to fall over in their backyard. But he later succeeded in his attempt at juggling and ran off the screen in excitement.

McCarthy started laughing when she saw Prince Harry, and the Duchess of Sussex asked her, "What?" Markle then grinned as her husband disappeared out of sight.

Prince Harry and Markle's decision to keep baby Lili from the public isn't really surprising. Unlike the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who usually share new photos of their kids to celebrate important milestones, the California-based couple rarely post pictures of their firstborn.

Archie has also rarely been photographed in public since his parents stepped back as working royals last year. The last photo Markle and Prince Harry released of their son was for his second birthday in May and showed him with his back to the camera.

Prince Harry (R) and Meghan Markle (L) at the Invictus Games 2017 in Toronto, Canada in 2017: Meghan is to produce an animated series for the streaming platform Netflix Prince Harry (R) and Meghan Markle (L) at the Invictus Games 2017 in Toronto, Canada in 2017: Meghan is to produce an animated series for the streaming platform Netflix Photo: Chris Jackson Collection / Chris Jackson