This holiday season will mark Meghan Markle's first as an official member of the royal family, and the season is shaping up to be a family affair as the Queen has reportedly invited Markle's mother, Doria Ragland, to stay for Christmas.
The Duchess of Sussex is no stranger to political discourse, standing up for her candidates over the years and encouraging fans to vote - but with the Royal Family " s famously apolitical stance, all that could change now that she's married Prince Harry and officially joined "the firm.' With Tuesday's (Nov. 6) midterm election vote in the United States, fans of the former actress are wondering if she'll exercise the right for which she's always been vocal by casting an absentee ballot.
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Although this particular dinner at the Norfolk estate is an annual event, many royal insiders note the significance of the "thoughtful gesture" - Her Majesty has never extended an offer like this before, not even to Prince William's in-laws, the Middletons. "She has been to Meghan and Harry's home in the Cotswolds several times and she has stayed with them at Nottingham Cottage". One of the biggest changes that Meghan has experienced over the past year now becomes more relevant and important than ever before-her activity and involvement in anything political. Meghan Markle rocked an electric blue ensemble from her wedding dress designer Givenchy - but what most style spotters failed to notice was that the fabulous pleated skirt that she combined with the matching sweater was see-through! "They speak on the phone pretty much every day and they are talking about Doria getting a place in the U.K.so that she can spend part of the year over here".
It looks like the Royal Family will be adding a seat to their Christmas table this holiday season.
Kate Middleton's mother Carol Middleton reportedly felt snubbed.