Prince Harry ‘will’ return to Royal Family says by Kent Gavin
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Speaking to US Weekly, royal biographer Andrew Morton claimed that despite speculation of a possible return to the UK for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex this Christmas, Harry and Meghan’s personal responsibilities will likely take priority.
The royal biographer was asked by podcast host Molly Mulshine whether he thought Christmas could act as a means to bring the Royal Family together with Harry and Meghan.
Mr Morton expressed how it is an important question before going on to share what he thought will happen.
He said: “I am sure that the Queen will invite them.
“But whether they will accept that invitation?”
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The royal expert explained how the pair did not go to Christmas last year and did not hold high hopes for this year either.
He stressed: “I don’t honestly see why they would want to go this year.”
Mr Morton went on to address the fact that Harry and Meghan also have two young children: Archie, 2, and Lilibet, five months old.
He suggested how “it is a long slog with kids, just on the sheer practical level” as he set about dismissing the pair will touchdown in the UK for Christmas.
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While in a cheeky remark, he said the pair would not be involved in any form of reunion “unless they got on a private jet”.
Every year in the week leading up to Christmas, the Queen hosts her annual lunch for extended family at Buckingham Palace.
Then, in the days before Christmas, the Queen boards the royal train to Norfolk where she arrives at Kings Lynn station.
From here, she joins the family to celebrate Christmas at the Sandringham Estate in the county.
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On Christmas eve a black-tie event is held where reportedly, the Queen’s favourite cocktail, a ‘Zaza’, is served.
But unlike most Britons, the Royal Family open gifts on Christmas Eve, not Christmas Day.
On the big days itself, the Royal Family attends a church service at St. Mary Magdalene on the Sandringham Estate where they pose for photographs with members of the public.
The family hold a Christmas dinner and then The Queen’s Christmas broadcast is aired, a pre-recorded segment watched by millions across Britain.
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