Royal Family Christmas traditions Meghan Markle must follow

Friday, 09 Nov, 2018

The Queen has officially invited Meghan Markle's mum, Doria Ragland, to Christmas dinner with the royal family.

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". One of the biggest changes that Meghan has experienced over the past year now becomes more relevant and important than ever before-her activity and involvement in anything political. You are not without knowing that the duchess of Sussex is expecting her first child in the spring of 2019. Ironically, her own right to vote in Tuesday's pivotal midterm elections of 2018 is a somewhat confusingly grey area.

On the other hand, Fitzwilliams argued that Meghan was included in the festivities because her family isn't around to celebrate with her.

"Firstly, it's important to stress that this is a completely new departure from Christmas with reference to the royal family", said royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams.

Doria said she was thrilled at Meghan's pregnancy, saying she was "very happy about this lovely news and is looking forward to welcoming her first grandchild".

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People reports that Markle's office would not elaborate, and simply replied: 'No comment'.

Markle, who is still in the lengthy process of becoming a British citizen following her May matrimony to Harry, would have been able to cast her vote at a poll or send an absentee ballot.

She wrote at the time: 'The right to vote is something for which blood, sweat, and tears have been shed; the struggle was endless for us to have this liberty.

This isn't the first time that Ragland, who is considered "a commoner" by royal standards, has been given unprecedented access.