Queen invites Meghan Markle's mother to spend Christmas with the royal family


It's nearly Christmas time and it seems like the royal family will have another guest on their annual Christmas's Party, not counting those who are newly married to the family.

And she also told the couple she wanted to spend the holidays with them too.

Now, with the former actress having no immediate family to share her new life with, her majesty has reportedly chose to invite her mom, Doria Ragland (62), to spend Christmas at her private country house in Sandringham, England, Daily Mail reports.

The move is somewhat unprecedented, as a member outside of the Royal family has not been invited to stay at the Norfolk estate during the Christmas period before. "Normally, the protocol is pretty strict".

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However, the invitation may have something to do with the fact that the pregnant Duchess of Sussex has no other family in the UK.

However, LA-born Meghan knows the importance of using her vote, and only last week gave a powerful speech about women's right to do so while in New Zealand ahead of the U.S. elections on Tuesday. "In the past, when Kate Middleton was engaged to William and also when Mike Tindall was engaged to Princess Anne's daughter, Zara Phillips, they didn't, as [an] unmarried [couple], spend Christmas with the Queen". "But I wouldn't be at all surprised if it wasn't the queen's idea, simply because, it's so important to make a new member and a future senior member of the royal family feel welcome, feel at home, and Christmas is the ideal time to do it". Family members prisoedenilas Middleton to the Royal family for a morning Christmas service in Sandringham Church.

Very happy with the idea of becoming a dad for the first time, prince Harry recently shared a gorgeous photo of Meghan Markle and her baby bump on the social networks.