Despite distance and family conflicts, Prince Harry is committed to being a good uncle. He recently kept tradition alive by sending Christmas gifts to his niece and nephews, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, in the UK.
As a royal expert revealed, the Duke of Sussex greeted the children of Prince William and Duchess Kate with "a load of Christmas presents." The kind act may suggest that relations between the brothers are improving, after months of reported tensions.
Prince Harry sends Christmas gifts to Prince William's children
Prince William's children — George, 7, Charlotte, 5, and Louis, 2 — will not be entirely without uncle Harry this Christmas, as he has done his best to send them his affection this holiday season.
Being questioned on The Royal Beat, royal expert Katie Nicholl revealed that Harry and William's relationship has improved after being on shaky terms for months following conflicts surrounding the royal exit.
"I know they are in touch, they do talk. Harry has sent over a load of Christmas presents for the Cambridge children," Nicholl said. "I don't think they will ever be close the way that they were, but there has been nine months now since Megxit. I think relations are better between them."
How Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan will spend Christmas
In 2020, for the second year in a row, Prince Harry, Duchess Meghan, and their son Archie will not spend the Christmas holidays in the company of the Royal Family.
In recent months, there had been much uncertainty on whether or not Harry and Meghan would make the trip to the UK for the holidays. But it's now confirmed they're staying in the US due to travel and gathering restrictions.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will spend Christmas in Santa Barbara, where they will communicate with relatives via Zoom. We now also know their presence will be felt with gifts for the children, too. For more on their Christmas plans, get the full breakdown here.