While Kate has weathered this year, Meghan is blooming more and more. Now the queen has made a very special decision that should be a joke to Kate's family.
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Earlier all eyes were on Duchess Kate, but since Duchess Meghan appeared in the royal parquet, Prince William's wife won competition. Although the two sisters-in-law must understand each other brilliantly, there is now something that could be among them – and an invitation that Queen Elizabeth II has just uttered. What is it? Of course, which often provokes arguments for many families: the Christmas holidays.
As the British newspaper "The Sunday Express" reports, it is said that the head of the British family made a decision that could particularly uproot Duchess Kate. So the queen agreed to invite Duchess Meghan's mother for the Christmas celebration at Sandringham Castle. A pleasure never given to Duchess Kate's relatives. These were only allowed to worship together with royalty, but were housed in Ann Hall, part of the royal estate in Sandringham.
A special gesture
"It's a sign of respect the Queen has for Meghan and the recognition that she has no other connections in this country – unlike Kate, who has the support of her family who lives very close to her," an Insider revealed the sheet.
Good relationship: Doria Ragland (l.) Already visited his daughter Meghan (m.) And his son-in-law Harry (r.) In the United Kingdom. (Source: i-images)
Doria Ragland, Duchess Meghan's mother, had already been invited to the royal wedding in May and was warmly welcomed by royalty. Especially Prince Charles took care of his son's mother-in-law.
Of course, Duchess Meghan would be especially happy to have her mother around her. After all, she is the only family member with whom the pregnant woman is in contact. The Duchess of Sussex's father, Thomas Markle, caused a riot just before the wedding, after not only hiring photographers, but at the last minute withdrawing his commitment to the celebrations. Since then, he and Meghan should have no contact.