Inside Meghan’s first Royal Christmas after UK return for celebrations ruled out
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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will reportedly stay Stateside for Christmas this year.
It comes after a royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams has claimed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will not be returning home for this year’s festive celebrations after their “eviction” from Frogmore Cottage earlier this year.
Richard noted the pair have “no base” in England and “things have reached that stage” between them and the Royal family that a reunion for Christmas could be off the cards.
Meghan and Harry are reportedly both yet to receive their invitation to the Royal Family’s Christmas celebrations.
But now it looks as though those festive plans have definitely been dropped after the duo received their second snub of the week when Harry and Meghan’s spokesperson made an announcement on the King’s 75th birthday celebrations coming this Thursday, revealing they were “not invited”.
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A Sunday Times report claimed Harry and Meghan declined an invite to the King’s birthday party, however, they denied these claims.
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In the Netflix docuseries Harry & Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex recalled the first time she spent the festive period with Prince Harry’s family at Sandringham in 2017, ahead of their royal wedding.
“I remember so vividly the first Christmas at Sandringham,” Meghan, 41, said, adding: “Calling my mom, and she’s like, ‘How’s it going?’ And I said, ‘Oh my gosh, it’s amazing.’
“It’s just like a big family like I always wanted,” the former Suits actress explained before recalling: “And there was just this constant movement and energy and fun.”
For dinner, Meghan sat next to “H’s grandfather,” Prince Philip, who sadly passed away in 2021 — and thought their conversation went well.
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In the tell-all doc, Meghan looked back at the “wonderful” time she had with Philip, as she explained how they “chatted, and it was so great”.
However, she said Prince Harry later informed her that she “had his bad ear,” meaning Prince Philip likely couldn’t hear their entire chat.
Following the Christmas celebrations, Prince Harry told BBC Radio 4 Christmas with his wife-to-be was “fantastic,” noting: “She really enjoyed it” and “the family loved having her there.”
Meghan’s attendance was a departure from typical protocol, as unmarried partners of royals had previously not been invited to Sandringham for the big day.
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