• Queen Elizabeth II died on September 8th at the age of 96
  • Now the first Christmas after her death is approaching
  • Will Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan be in the UK?

Prince Harry (38) and Duchess Meghan (41) do not have an easy relationship with the British royal family. After then the two resigned as senior royals and gave a scandalous interview with Oprah Winfrey (68), the situation escalated. Will Meghan and Harry still spend Christmas with his family?

Are Harry and Meghan celebrating Christmas with the British royals?

It's the first Christmas after Queen Elizabeth II's (†96) death in September of this year. The British monarch was known as the glue keeping her family together. What will happen to the British Royals now? Will King Charles III (74) live up to his mother's spirit?

Now Charles is King and the head of the British royal family. He is believed to have invited his younger son to this year's Christmas celebrations to be held at his private estate in Norfolk.

However, a source revealed to the Daily Mail that "it is unlikely" Meghan and Harry will attend. Accordingly, Harry and Meghan would not be there for the first Christmas without the Queen. 

The British royals could face difficult times again. Prince William and Prince Harry appeared to be reconciled again and appeared together at the ceremonies following the Queen's death. But the publication of Harry's book Spare is imminent and could add fuel to the fire again. 

Also interesting:

This is how the British royals are spending Christmas after the death of the Queen

Duchess Kate (40), Prince William (40), and their three children will attend the celebrations at King Charles III at Sandringham House in Norfolk, England. Unlike Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry, who live in California with their two children, Kate and William live in Windsor.

It has been a tradition since 1988 to spend the Christmas and New Year holidays at Sandringham House. With the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, this had to be paused to protect the British royal family. Now the royals are expected to revive this tradition.