There are rules for all the members of the family who attend Christmas with Queen Elizabeth, but there are some tips that newcomers to the royal family should know to make the holiday a success. Prince Harry is old in Christmas traditions, so it was up to him to warn his wife that she might minimize her party-playing skills.
Squeeze He says that Prince Harry has told Meghan to make sure he does not show the queen in particular in the charades. After-dinner games are an important part of the royal family's holiday, and attendees have shared that Meghan essentially needs to let the queen, or grandmother, as Prince Harry knows, win.
Queen Isabel enjoys showing off her skills to impersonate celebrities, VIPs and world leaders she has met during her time on the throne. If the Duke of Sussex wants Christmas at Sandringham to develop smoothly, he will help Markle follow some simple rules.
Prince Harry will make sure that Meghan and her mother, Doria Ragland, understand what should and should not be done with the queen.
An assistant adds that there are hard and fast rules that can be confusing.
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Novices, in particular, are warned to take care of themselves.
"The jokes and gifts are very cheesy, life is great, the protocol is inflexible and terrifies the lives of newcomers. They do not like exhibitions, especially the newcomers who look ".
The assistants say that the fear is that Meghan becomes competitive.
"The Duchess has to resist the American impulse to win everything. The whole family likes to play charades on Christmas night and she should never beat the Queen, who is also a good actress. "
Attendees are also concerned that the animal rights activist at Markle will raise his head and comment on the traditional pheasant release of Boxing Day. Prior to his relationship with Meghan Markle, Prince Harry was a hunting enthusiast, but sources say he has come to an end.
Royal observer Victoria Arbiter says that Queen Elizabeth made an exception to her own government and invited Markle's mother to join the family for the Christmas holidays.
"Meghan's situation is unique compared to previous royal spouses." For anyone who has seen the royal May wedding, it would be impossible to miss Harry's full house on one side of the Chapel in stark contrast to the only member of the House. Meghan's family, his mother Doria, sitting stoically and alone through the hall. "
Queen Elizabeth understands the importance of Ragland for Meghan and Harry and extended the invitation for the holidays.