The anger and post-Megxit split no longer seem like bad memories. If high tensions have long been legion within the royal family – and in particular the Fab Four – Kate Middleton, Prince William, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have managed to put aside their egos to live peaceful relations again. But the timing is not ideal. Exiled in Los Angeles for several months, the Sussexes are stranded across the Atlantic by the coronavirus pandemic. Because of the Covid-19, the members of the royal family had to opt for technological means to continue to keep a link, each confined on their own. Despite the scandal caused by their departure, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are not ostracized from the Crown. Quite the contrary. Proof of this beginning of reconciliation? The Sussexes and the Cambridges have already exchanged their Christmas presents.
As People reports, in fact, presents were sent back and forth between the entire royal family. But for the moment it does not specify the content of the gift wrap … “The British Royal Family are planning Zoom calls and online games because they cannot all spend Christmas in Sandringham together as they normally do, confided already a source, to show that tensions were definitely eased after the Megxit. Everyone is in better conditions and has been for some time. The relationship has improved and the Covid-19 has brought everyone closer together. ” She continued: “Harry was very worried for his brother and father when they both contracted the disease. Although there were disagreements, as there are in every family, the brotherly bond remains intact despite this. what the tabloids say “. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, along with their son Archie, are preparing to celebrate their very first Christmas at their new home in Montecito, California.
A Christmas separated
And the little family is “delighted to decorate for Christmas”, as one of his relatives said. As for Prince William and Kate Middleton, they are still in the dark. A few days ago, they said they still had not made their decision about the holiday season, after Queen Elizabeth II was forced to cancel her visit to Sandrigham for not taking a risk. For the first time since 1987, it is at Windsor Castle that Her Majesty will spend Christmas, with Prince Philip. “It is so difficult. We are always trying to make plans. It is difficult to know what to do for the best,” said the Duke of Cambridge on his journey on the Royal Train across the UK. While Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles plan to visit Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip in Windsor during the holiday period, it is not yet known whether the Cambridges will follow in their footsteps. “Like everyone else, they hope that normalcy will return in 2021,” the source adds to People. The Queen and Philip can still see some of their family, “but they understand they have other things to do.”
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