Meghan and Harry: Christmas UK visit is ‘difficult’ says Levin
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle rocked the monarchy with their decision to quit the Firm last year and since their move to the US have sent further shockwaves through the Palace by doing a sitdown interview with US chatshow host Oprah Winfrey.
While tensions between the Sussexes and the Royal Household have been tense in recent months, the Queen has repeatedly emphasised Harry, Meghan and their children are much-loved members of her family.
The Sussexes welcomed daughter Lilibet to the world in June and seeing as they haven’t been in the UK as a family unit since 2019, there is mounting speculation they could come back to Britain for a visit this Christmas.
So, that would be the couple’s first festive season with the Royal Family since 2018… considering how much has happened since then, not an easy one.
December could be the perfect time for a visit and would allow the Queen to finally meet her new great-granddaughter, whose name honours her.
Bonding looks between Camilla and Meghan suggest the Duchess could be key to healthy royal relations
Katie Nicholl, author of the 2019 book Harry and Meghan: Life, Loss, and Love, suggested that a 2021 UK Christmas may well be in the cards for the Sussexes. Speaking to Closer, she said: “Christmas is being looked at as an opportunity.
“There may be a softening, which…