The holiday season is just around the corner and many wonder how the royal family will celebrate the festival this year. With the alleged rift between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle continuing and Prince Philip’s demise, there are reports that Kate Middleton will make a heartbreaking sacrifice.
Royal expert Katie Nicholl revealed that Kate will put duty above herself this year, meaning she won’t be spending Christmas with the Middleton family to be with Queen Elizabeth II instead.
It is the first year that the monarch will spend Christmas without her late husband. In addition, she has been struggling with a number of health problems lately.
Nicholl revealed that the Cambridges usually took turns celebrating Christmas with the Royal Family and the Middletons. But this year the Duke and Duchess would put their duties before themselves, according to the Express.
We can see that now more than ever, she said. It just means that Kate would make a huge sacrifice for her duty, knowing how important Christmas is to her family.
She and her husband need to put the Queen first and make sure they are with her on Christmas Eve and Boxing Day in Sandringham. This will definitely be to the benefit of the Cambridge children.
Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis will be able to celebrate Christmas twice. The first time with her great grandmother and the royal family, the second time with the Middletons at their Bucklebury home.
Meanwhile, when we talked about the holiday season, Nicholl also claimed that Kate and Prince William will of course be buying Christmas presents this year for Prince Harry and Meghan’s children, Archie and Lilibet.
They are ready to take this big step, despite the ongoing alleged rift between them. Nicholl betrayed the OK! Magazine that the future King and Queen will give presents to the whole family, including the Sussex children.
Her comments came amid rumors that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will not be spending the holidays with the royal family. The couple could stay at their £ 11million California mansion after reportedly declining an invitation to spend the holidays with Queen Elizabeth to avoid huge media coverage.
A royal source told Page Six that there would be many problems with the logistics and planning of the family Christmas party so the staff knew Meghan and Prince Harry would not be coming. If so, they would have told the royal family by now.