Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are reportedly awaiting an invitation from King Charles to join the royal family for Christmas celebrations. The possibility of their participation hinges on a significant condition.
There’s still hope for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to reconcile with the royal family and join them for Christmas. They have expressed a desire to spend the holidays at the Sandringham estate, but it appears that the royal family has moved past their concerns.
GB News spoke with royal correspondent Michael Cole, who suggested that there’s still a chance for Harry and Meghan to join the celebrations, provided they set aside their egos and extend an apology to the family.
According to Cole, King Charles is prepared to welcome his youngest son, along with Meghan and their children, Prince Archie, 4, and Princess Lilibet, 2, if they show a willingness to reconcile.
Cole commented on the situation, noting the importance of family unity during Christmas. He pointed out that while many families face challenges, Christmas is an ideal time for reconciliation.
He emphasized the need for genuine expressions of love and reconciliation, which include reaching out, apologizing, and demonstrating contrition. This approach, he believes, is crucial for the Sussexes if they wish to be part of the royal Christmas celebrations.”