What Harry and Meghan's baby daughter Lilibet will look like, according to face mash-up app

MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry have become the proud parents of their newborn daughter Lilibet "Lili" Diana, with the couple welcoming baby number two on Friday 4 June.

And thanks to a facial generation app, we may be able to imagine what the A-lister tot looks like, before the first picture of her drops.

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The Make Me Babies website lets you upload pictures of two parents and it claims to “accurately” predict how they will look when they are born.

We wasted no time in putting in the faces of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, and the results are quite adorable.

In the generated photo, the baby girl has Meghan’s beautiful brunette locks but has hints of Harry’s cheeky smile.

It appears Archie, who turned two in May, has actually inherited Harry’s trademark ginger locks, so will the new baby follow suit later in life?

We’ll have to wait and see!

The Sussexes welcomed their second child on Friday, with Meghan and Harry releasing a statement thatconfirmed their baby girl weighed 7lbs 11oz and "both mother and child are healthy and well and settling in at home".

Their daughter Lilibet is the first royal to be born in the US.

Sources have told Vanity Fair that following the child's birth the couple want to "take leave" and spend "proper time together as a family".

The magazine reports sources close to the couple claiming they plan to take paternity and maternity leave when their daughter is born.

A friend said: "They will both take some proper time off."

Meghan, 39, and Harry, 36, bought their $14.5million Montecito estate last year after quitting their senior roles in the royal family and moving to California.

And they announced in their bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey they're expecting a girl.

During the chat, Meghan said she's due to give birth this summer – although didn't confirm a date.

The happy news comes after the Duchess and her husband tragically suffered a miscarriage.

Meghan wrote of the moment she knew she was "losing" her second baby in a deeply personal essay for the New York Times.

And in their recent interview, Prince Harry suggested their daughter will be their last child.

Meghan initially wanted to give birth to Archie at Frogmore Cottage while attended by an all-female midwife team.

But her dreams of a home birth were dashed as she was forced to go to London's private Portland Hospital to deliver the tot, who weighed 7lb 3oz when he arrived on May 6 2019.

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