Expectations are growing for the possible return of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry to England.
Everything seems to indicate that the couple could spend Christmas with the royal family in the United Kingdom.
Recently, it was known that Harry called his father, King Charles, to congratulate him on his birthday, and in this call also participated Meghan Markle and their children Archie and Lili, who sang the birthday to his grandfather.
Will Meghan and Harry be spending Christmas in England?
During the call, several topics were discussed. One of them was the possible return of the Sussexes to the UK.
According to an inside source at Buckingham Palace, quoted by The Times, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are ready to accept the invitation of King Charles III to spend Christmas at Sandringham, the official residence of the royal family for Christmas.
It is also mentioned that they would be willing to spend the summer at Balmoral, Scotland.
Although they have not yet received an official invitation from the King of England, they are expected to do so in the coming weeks.
Charles reportedly wants to spend more time with his grandchildren. It should be noted that the last time the Duke and Duchess of Sussex spent Christmas at Sandringham was in 2018, when Archie was just a few months old and Lilibet did not exist.
With these new details about Harry’s approach to his family, many are wondering if this could be enough for a reconciliation.
However, we will have to wait for official confirmation of Harry and Meghan’s plans for Christmas celebrations in England.