Royal Family Christmas traditions Meghan Markle must follow

Royal Family Christmas traditions Meghan Markle must follow

Royal Family Christmas traditions Meghan Markle must follow

When Meghan launched her first solo project, the charity cookbook Together at Kensington Palace, Doria was on hand to support her daughter and declared that she was "head over heels" proud.

Though it may seem entirely normal to host new in-laws over for the holidays, this invitation is truly something special as non-royals never celebrate Christmas at Sandringham.

The Daily Mail reports that Queen Elizabeth has invited Meghan Markle's mother to spend Christmas with the royals this year, an offer that hasn't been extended to Kate Middleton's family before.

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The family friend also added that the Duchess of Cornwall was an important mentor to Meghan Markle when she first joined the royal family, welcoming her with open arms and showing her the ropes when it comes to royal protocol.

When the 92-year-old Monarch heard about it she told Doria she could come to Sandringham. They can - and have - joined the family for church services before, but simply stay overnight somewhere else. "She has been to Meghan and Harry's home in the Cotswolds several times and she has stayed with them at Nottingham Cottage".

In addition to being her first as a royal, the holiday will also be Markle's first as an expectant mother, as the Duchess of Sussex is now pregnant with her first child with Harry.

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The royal family reportedly exchanges gifts on Christmas Eve, though extravagant presents aren't in the cards here.

The 11-a-side game is played at Castle Rising, near Sandringham, and the princes normally play on opposing teams - with Kate's brother James Middleton previously joining too.

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