Prince Harry and Meghan’s Christmas plans as pair ‘don’t speak’ to William
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are planning on spending another Christmas in California, according to a royal expert.
Due to their ongoing feud with senior members of the Royal Family, the couple are choosing to remain at their home in the US with their two children for the festive period.
According to royal expert Katie Nicholl, there is “zero chance” of the Sussexes spending this Christmas in the UK.
She told GB News: “He [Harry] is getting used to a California Christmas. I don’t see that this Christmas will be any different. Relations with his family are very strained. He does not speak to his brother. He barely talks to his father.
“He seems to be enjoying his Californian life and everything that the lifestyle affords him.
“California is home, his children are growing up very much steeped in their culture, speaking in American accents, and enjoying Thanksgiving before Christmas. I think that is what we will see them enjoy again this year.”
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle ‘untrustworthy and ‘unpredictable’ as expert sends warning
EXCLUSIVE: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been warned against making more claims against the Royal Family as they both plot their career paths.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been branded “untrustworthy” and “unpredictable” by an expert who warned the couple against making further bombshell claims against the Royal Family.
The Duke of Sussex received a furious backlash following the release of his tell-all memoir, Spare, in January after making several controversial claims against the Royal Family, deepening a rift with the likes of King Charles and Prince William.
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