Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, face the challenge of deciding their Christmas plans, and it’s not an easy decision.
For the past three years, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, have spent the Christmas period away from the UK, and it is not known what their plans are for this year.
The dilemma of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Christmas plans
There may be some tension between the couple, as they both have different perspectives based on their cultural backgrounds and personal experiences.
According to relationship expert Louella Alderson, speaking to The Mirror, Prince Harry may want to show his children Archie and Lilibet the traditions and customs of the UK.
She also highlighted that Harry may be homesick for celebrating Christmas in his native country.
On the other hand, Meghan Markle may feel more comfortable celebrating Christmas in the U.S. again with her mother, especially given her negative experiences with the British press and the Royal Family.
Although Prince Harry has had run-ins with some members of the Royal Family, he still retains old friends in the UK, which could explain his desire to spend Christmas there.
However, if Meghan Markle opts not to spend Christmas in the UK, she should be open to Prince Harry spending her future vacations in the country.
The question is, how will the couple deal with this challenge to their Christmas plans?
Louella Alderson suggests that the feelings of both need to be taken into account. The couple should have an open and honest conversation about their expectations and feelings about the vacations and work to find a solution that works for both of them.
The decision the couple makes about their holiday plans could affect the dynamics of their relationship, so it is essential to handle this challenge respectfully and constructively.
For Alderson, Prince Harry has seemed to put Meghan’s needs and desires above his own at times, so it’s understandable that he might feel resentment if she’s not willing to do the same for him.
Ultimately, Louella stresses that this is a personal decision for the couple, and whatever they decide, they should do it in a way that makes them both happy.