The Christmas Backlash of Meghan Markle & Prince Harry

Brunilde Fioravanti
Dicembre 2, 2019

'It be a considerable time of year to serve those round you who would be less fortunate, or who would adore even the smallest act of kindness.

"We're happy to see she continues supporting vulnerable people now as a member of the Royal Family".

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Prince William won't be attending Trump's visit either, as it falls amid his four-day solo tour of the Middle East.

However, the pal insisted the 37-year-old believes the 35-year-old deserves some quality time with Meghan Markle and their son Archie.

Homelessness charities Refuge, the Salvation Military and the Los Angeles Mission were all integrated within the list.

Meghan volunteered at the charity when she was based in Toronto to film Suits.

Harry and Meghan's seasonal plans were revealed on Twitter, and it is said they are "inline with precedent set" by other family members - including Harry's brother Prince William and his wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge - who have also skipped the Sandringham festivities in the past.

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The Duke and Duchess have not confirmed whether they will spend Christmas in the United States or at their private home in Windsor, Frogmore Cottage, but a statement from Buckingham Palace said the couple's decision was "in line with precedent set previously by other members of the royal family, and has the support of Her Majesty The Queen". "Their royal highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Sussex".

Harry is said to be looking forward to celebrating Archie's first Christmas with the Markle, Duchess of Sussex, 38.

They said: "Wishing you a very happy Thanksgiving from our family to yours".

Just ahead of that visit, Trump referred to Meghan as "nasty," in an interview with the United Kingdom tabloid newspaper The Sun after learning that she had criticized him in a 2016 interview before his election-and before the marriage that would make her a member of the British royal family.

They included a maple leaf in their message, sparking speculation they were in Canada.

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