How Meghan Markle's Family Drama Helped Her Win Over the Royals

Ruben Ruiz
November 8, 2018

As the holiday season approaches and we nail down our travel plans, so too are members of the British royal family.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Pick Baby Names - For Kiwi Chicks! . Her attendance at this event is notable because while the families of people who marry into the royal fam are welcomed at big events, (like weddings and christenings), they do not have the privilege tag along for royal engagements.

Kate Middleton's family has previously been invited to the Christmas morning church service, but have preferred to celebrate the day at William and Kate's home in Anmer Hall.

The source added: "Queen Elizabeth is very aware of all the problems Meghan has had with her dad and sister and she feels sorry for her that she doesn't have family and a support network close by".

And she also told the couple she wanted to spend the holidays with them too.

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Meghan already broke Christmas tradition once by attending the royal family's celebrations past year as Prince Harry's fiancee, which was unusual for someone who had not married into the family yet.

The Queen is said to have asked Doria, 62, to join them for the family's first Christmas since Harry and Meghan's wedding as a "mark of her respect" for the Duchess.

Something tells us the Duchess of Sussex won't get dinged for this slight departure from tradition, though.

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