Meghan and Harry’s plans for Christmas to meet with the British royal family and, especially, with Queen Elizabeth II are becoming increasingly difficult to happen.

Given the notable increase in coronavirus infections that are, belonging to the so-called second wave of the pandemic, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would have been thinking a lot about whether to travel to the United Kingdom in December to spend Christmas with the royal family of British.

Meghan and Harry’s plans for Christmas

A spokesperson for the royal couple confirmed to the Sunday Times this weekend that the couple scrapped their plans for their return to the palace due to the health risks of their displacement for the older members of the Windsor clan.

“It is highly unlikely that the Dukes will undertake any kind of trip before the end of the year. There are no travel plans to the UK at the moment, but obviously everything will be reviewed as more data on the current status becomes known. of the situation “, assured the representative to the Sunday newspaper of The Times.

If circumstances do not change for the better in the coming weeks, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will have to spend Christmas in the luxurious urbanization of Montecito (California), where they moved in March of this year.

Robert Marquez

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