According to The Mirror, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle would consider not celebrating Christmas with the royal family. Queen Elizabeth II would be sorry not to see her great-grandson.
Ending the year without seeing her great-grandson, Queen Elizabeth II, aged 94, cannot imagine it. For more than a year, the monarch has not been able to hug little Archie, born of the union between Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.
According to the revelations of the royal expert Katie Nicholl, reported by The Mirror, the wife of the Duke of Edinburgh would not be at the end of her troubles. Butchou’s parents, who are careful to provide her with an education far removed from royal protocol, would not consider returning to the United Kingdom for the festive season.
According to the same source, Prince Harry and the former Suits actress should celebrate Christmas in California. Katie Nicholl thinks this decision will be “disappointing” for Queen Elizabeth II, whose grandson and great-grandson are “missing” a lot.
“Although things are going better between Harry and his brother, it’s not like before, and I don’t think anyone is ready for a comfortable family Christmas yet,” the royal expert said in early October in the columns of Vanity Fair.
Far from the royal family
In December 2019, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle rented a house in Vancouver, Canada to spend the holiday season in small groups. This will be the second time the Sussex Elders have given up celebrating Christmas at the Queen’s property in Sandringham, Norfolk.
As revealed in the Daily Mail, Archie’s parents plan to spend it this year in the United States with David Foster and his wife Katharine McPhee. Prince Harry would consider the music producer as “his surrogate father.”
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