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The Queen is expected to send presents across the pond to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle despite the tension in the Royal Family, a commentator claims.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will not be joining Prince William and Kate Middleton along with other royals to celebrate Christmas with the Queen at Sandringham House.
However, that will not stop the Queen sending presents to her grandson and great-grandchildren in the US.
Royal commentator Neil Sean believes the Queen is “far too gracious” to not send presents to Meghan and Harry.
He also mentioned that to do so would have been “childish” behaviour from Her Majesty.
Speaking on his YouTube channel, Sean said: “[The Queen] is far too gracious to be too childish not to include Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in the gift package.
“But let's just say, whatever they do send each other over it will be at a distance."
Harry revealed the Queen’s last Christmas gift to her grandson Archie after she asked the couple want the lad would want.
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Speaking on The Late Late Show with James Corden, Harry told a story of how Meghan suggested a waffle maker and how the family now enjoy waffles for breakfast everyday.
He said: “Archie wakes up in the morning and just goes 'waffles?'"
Harry also revealed to Oprah how in 2020, the Queen and him spoke regularly and even had Zoom calls with Archie, according to the Express.
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Archie has since been joined by a sister, six-months-old Lilibet.
No official details have been revealed about royal plans this year but it is expected the royals will be attending Sandringham House.
There were concerns the Queen would be resting over Christmas following a health scare that saw her have a night in hospital in October.
The Queen has since returned to light work with other royals taking over duties.
Prince William and Kate Middleton have both been seen taking centre stage for the Royal Family with appearances at the Royal Variety Performance.
The Princess Royal and Prince Charles have also been performing a number of duties, including today’s Investiture ceremony for Lewis Hamilton and Craig David.
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