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Meghan Markle and Harry: incognito or almost incognito to buy their Christmas tree


Meghan and Harry bought their Christmas tree this Tuesday, December 1st in all discretion. It was the store manager who recognized the couple and decided to sell the fuse a little later on social networks.

The Christmas spirit wins them over! As revealed by the People media, Meghan Markle and Harry bought their Christmas tree this Tuesday, December 1st in Montecito. It was with the utmost discretion that Archie’s parents went to a barn that sold many trees to make their choice. It was almost incognito that they were able to make up their mind. Our colleagues report, moreover, that Prince Harry was taken for a salesman by a little boy. It was the store manager who told on Twitter that he had sold a tree in Sussex, visibly delighted.

For those who have resigned from their royal duties, buying a Christmas tree is a real tradition. As Hello! reminds us, in December 2016, when they were just starting their relationship, Meghan and Harry travelled around London to find the perfect tree. At the time, the one on trial with the English tabloids had been recognized before her sweetheart. “She’s the daughter of Suits,” one employee had even exclaimed.

A special Christmas for Meghan and Harry

These Christmas parties will be special for Meghan and Harry. Once again, it is far from the royal family that they will feast, but above all, it is impossible not to think of this lost child. Indeed, in a New York Times article, Meghan Markle revealed that she had a miscarriage last July.

Royal expert Katie Nicholl said in The Royal Beat on True Royalty TV that Harry had already had a very important role after the drama. “I was told that it brought them even closer together. Going through something so terrible can make or break a relationship,” she admitted.

For several weeks now, the British Royal Family has been preparing the Christmas holidays. Whether it is Queen Elizabeth II and her husband Prince Philip, the Cambridge family or the Sussex family, they may belong to the monarchy, but after all, they are as amazed by the magic of Christmas as we are.

For their part, the Queen of England and the Duke of Edinburgh will exceptionally stay at Buckingham Palace, and have preferred to draw a line under their traditional Christmas at Sandringham.

Thousands of miles away, Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle will celebrate their own Christmas, together with their son Archie, who is now one and a half years old. Last year, the three of them spent the holiday season in Canada with Doria Ragland in a luxurious waterfront mansion they rented from a multimillionaire. This year is the very first time that Princess Diana’s son and the former American actress have spent Christmas in their new Montecito home, which they purchased in the privacy of their own home last July.

Nice people

This Wednesday, December 2, the royal couple went to a store to buy their own tree. On Twitter, the salesman, a man named James, who had dealings with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle told about their meeting: “Meghan Markle and Harry came to my store today and we sold them their Christmas tree,” reports the American version of Elle.

In another tweet, he explained that when the couple was in the store, only another family was present too. Their little boy ran through the trees and asked Prince Harry if he was working in the store, without knowing who he was. He concluded, “They seem to be very nice people, honestly. Meghan seems very nice and Harry acted like a nice guy, really. I’m really glad they liked our trees. We found them the best we have. I’m very happy.” For their part, the royal family inaugurated their majestic tree at Windsor Castle.

The couple, who recently shared their heartbreaking miscarriage experience, is looking forward to spending the holidays together and are “excited to decorate for Christmas,” a source tells in this week’s issue, adding: “They are very happy.”

Meghan’s mother, who also spent Thanksgiving with the trio, will likely join them for Christmas.

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