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Harry and Meghan’s drama continues! Royal Family celebrate first Christmas after Queen’s demise 

Key takeaways: 

  • After the departure of Harry & Meghan, the monarchical family is all set to get together for Christmas eve. 
  • Here’s all you need to learn regarding King Charles’ first Christmas after Queen’s death.

The Royal family is all set to mark their first Christmas following Queen Elizabeth’s demise in September this year. 

The family’s old members recently got together for the Royal Carols: Together for Christmas concert at Westminster Abbey, including King Charles, Queen Consort Camilla, Prince William, Kate Middleton, Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

The family’s vacation season get-together also arrives amid the recent disputes created following the launch of Harry & Meghan, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Netflix documentary. 

Per Page Six, royal shutterbug Arthur Edwards spoke about the family’s recent meet and stated, “Them walking tied down the hall together, both families just gave all the notice to anybody they want to know: This family is united.” 

Edwards spoke about being dissatisfied with Harry & Meghan, the series, and also remarked about Harry’s forthcoming book as he said, “That will likely have some not-very-nice gossips about the royal family in it.”

“But he can’t keep continuing. You can’t keep bombarding the family. You know, there’s got to be something else … Why doesn’t he use that forum to announce his charities?”

Royal Family’s ‘sumptuous’ Sandringham Christmas

King Charles is all set to host his first Sandringham Christmas after evolving Britain’s new ruler, and reports indicate that there may be some modifications from the earlier eves. 

According to The Daily Express, a monarchical expert has claimed that King Charles’ Christmas could be more “luxurious” given his “high standards.” The news suggests that given Charles’ “pristine high standards”, the eve could go a notch higher this year. 

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