Christmas is one of the favorite moments of the year for Queen Elizabeth, and an opportunity to welcome his growing family to Sandringham.
And in an unprecedented event, Queen Isabel has decided to invite Meghan Markle's mother, Doria Ragland, to spend the holidays with them, says Vanity Fair.
The decision has generated comments since then he had never extended the invitation to any Middleton member, Kate's family, William's wife, Harry's brother. Could it be that the queen has a new favorite in the royal family ?, Is the question that the British media have posed.
Usually, only family members are invited to the Queen's Christmas table, but Meghan was an exception last year when she joined the royal family for Christmas even though she and Harry were not married yet.
It was not like that with Kate Middleton who could not sit at that table until her union with Prince William. Also, after seven years of marriage with Windsor, none of his parents have ever been seen at Sandringham on Christmas Day.
Now, The queen once again broke with tradition by inviting Meghan's family to the family reunion.
According to Vanity Fair, sources close to Isabel II say this She wanted to extend her Christmas invitation to the mother of Meghan so that the Duchess – who lives the first months of her pregnancy – was not in a situation of distress during the Christmas season.
"The Queen was very impressed by Mrs. Ragland when they met", declared a real source.
And he added: "The Queen knows that the family situation of Meghan is complicated and that the easiest way for Meghan and Harry to be together and with Doria, which is what they want, is for everyone to join her at Sandringham, where there is c & # 39; it's a lot of space. It is not the norm but it seems that things have changed very recently. "
The media reports that the royals have endeavored to welcome Meghan from the beginning of their relationship with Harry. As proof of this, Prince Charles gave the couple the keys to Birkhall during the first months of their love story, while William and Kate invited the newly-engaged couple to stay with them at their home in Anmer last Christmas.
This year the Sussex dukes should be invited to Sandringham's main house along with other family members.
"He loves bringing the family together and it's fun with all the little ones." The Queen has organized a very successful pajama party in the summer at Balmoral, which hopes to repeat this Christmas.A familiar source said.