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Harry and Meghan’s Christmas U-Turn: How King Charles Convinced Them to Join the Royal Family

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle may reconsider their decision to spend Christmas in the US, after King Charles III reportedly begged them to join him and the rest of the Royal Family in the UK. The king, who celebrated his 75th birthday last month, is said to be desperate to see his grandchildren, Archie and Lilibet, whom he has not met in person yet.

According to a source close to the king, he has sent a heartfelt letter to Harry and Meghan, inviting them to spend the festive season at Sandringham, his country estate in Norfolk. The source told The Telegraph¹ that the king is “very keen” to see his son and daughter-in-law, and that he hopes to “heal the rift” that has divided the family since the Sussexes’ departure from royal duties in 2020.

According to Mirror, The source also said that the king is aware of the difficulties that Harry and Meghan have faced in the past year, such as the backlash from their explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey, the legal battles with the media, and the health issues that Meghan suffered during her pregnancy. The source said that the king wants to show his support and compassion to the couple, and that he believes that “nothing is more important than family”.

However, the source also admitted that the king’s invitation may not be accepted by Harry and Meghan, who have settled in a £11 million mansion in Montecito, California, and have signed lucrative deals with Netflix and Spotify. The source said that the couple may have other plans for Christmas, such as visiting Meghan’s mother, Doria Ragland, or hosting their friends and neighbours, such as Oprah Winfrey and Ellen DeGeneres.

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The source also said that the couple may be reluctant to travel to the UK, given the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and the travel restrictions that may apply. The source said that the couple may be concerned about the safety and wellbeing of their children, especially their six-month-old daughter, Lilibet, who has not been vaccinated yet.

The source also said that the couple may be wary of the media attention and the public scrutiny that they would face if they returned to the UK, especially after the controversy and the criticism that they have received for their actions and statements. The source said that the couple may prefer to keep a low profile and avoid any potential drama or conflict with the royal family or the press.

Harry and Meghan have not confirmed or denied their Christmas plans yet, and neither has the king. However, the source said that the king is hopeful that the couple will change their mind and accept his invitation, and that he is ready to welcome them with open arms and a warm heart. The source said that the king thinks that Christmas is a time for forgiveness and reconciliation, and that he wants to make peace with his son and daughter-in-law. The source said that the king thinks that “it would be a wonderful Christmas present for everyone”.

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