Meghan Markle desperately wants to join Prince Harry and the royal family at Sandringham Estate on Christmas day this year. In fact, she’s hoping that the Queen will break her rules by allowing her to spend the holiday with the royals, even though she’s not a family member. That’s why Kate Middleton is hoping Queen Elizabeth will stick to royal protocol. She doesn’t want to be pushed by the side by Meghan.
It’s without a doubt that Meghan Markle wants to leave a good impression with Queen Elizabeth. After all, if Prince Harry proposes to her, she’ll be a member of the royal family. Sources say that Harry is planning on popping the question to Meghan on Christmas Day. That’s why she’s willing to do whatever it takes to win the Queen over. She doesn’t want to start their relationship on the wrong foot. And she’s been telling friends that she certainly doesn’t want to have the same icy and cold relationship that Queen Elizabeth and Kate Middleton have had over the years.
And while Meghan is doing whatever it takes to spend Christmas day with the royal family, sources say it’s simply not going to happen. One royal source even told People Magazine, “I very much doubt she will be there. It would be a tall order for her, and possibly put her off for good.”
Queen Elizabeth doesn’t make any exceptions. Harry might want Meghan to spend Christmas with the royals, but there’s no way the Queen will give her approval. Kate Middleton wasn’t invited to Sandringham Estate while dating Prince William. In fact, her first Christmas at Sandringham Estate was in 2011 and after her royal wedding. Still, the Duchess is worried that if and when Meghan does make her debut at Sandringham, she’ll be pushed to the side. And considering how fast Harry and Meghan are moving in their relationship, she knows it will happen sooner rather than later.
Sources say that if Meghan doesn’t make it to Sandringham Palace, she might end up in London one way or another. Reports indicate that Meghan might end up staying in one of the other royal homes, including Kate Middleton and Prince William’s Anmer Hall. That is, of course, if Kate agrees to having Meghan as her guest.
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