While planning to buy a Christmas tree with his wife Meghan Markle in early December, Harry of Sussex was mistaken for a salesman by a little boy.
The magic of Christmas struck. On Tuesday, December 1, 2020, Meghan Markle and her husband Harry went to the famous American department store Macy’s in Santa Barbara. The couple had come to pick up a tree to decorate their home from Montecito. As a reminder, the lovers are going, with their son Archie, to celebrate the holiday season for the very first time in California, far from the English royal family.
As he and his wife were about to choose their Christmas tree, the former Duke of Sussex was mistaken by a little boy for a salesman. The latter had no idea who Prince Harry was. An amusing confusion that proves that the 36-year-old father has come a long way since retiring from British royalty to become an almost ordinary man. For his part, James Almaguer, the real tree seller, said on Twitter that Meghan Markle “seems very nice” and that with her husband, “they seem like nice people”.
Festivities that come after a painful experience
In any case, the former princely couple does not let the recent drama he has lived through get them down. Ready to celebrate Christmas Eve like a whole bunch of families around the world, the lovebirds nevertheless had to overcome last summer, hand in hand, the loss of their second child.
The former American actress had a miscarriage. She wrote about this tragedy in the columns of the New York Times. A way to break the taboo and free the word of these women who, like her, were forced to “endure an almost insurmountable grief”.
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