Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Reportedly Swapped Christmas Gifts With Prince William and Kate Middleton

The coronavirus isn't stopping The Fab Four from getting into the holiday mood this year. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been reported to have exchanged Christmas presents with Prince William and Kate Middleton.
People said the Sussexes and Cambridges were sending each other gifts ahead of the holiday. Gifts were also sent back and forth "between the entire royal family".
Like many of us, the Duke of Sussex won't see his family in person this Christmas because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Instead, the couple and their 19-month-old son Archie are said to be spending Christmas in California with Markle's mother, Doria Ragland. Sources also previously told people that the family is "excited to be decorating for Christmas".
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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were even spotted shopping for Christmas trees in late November. "Meghan and Prince Harry came into my work today and we sold them their Christmas tree," said Twitter user @imaJaaaaaames in a tweet that has since been deleted.
As for the Cambridges, it is still unclear how they will celebrate the holidays this year. Before Covid, the couple either spent Christmas with the Royals in Sandringham or with the Middleton family. However, Queen Elizabeth II recently announced that she and Prince Philip will be away from Sandringham for the first time in decades.
"It's so difficult. We're still trying to make plans," Prince William said during his last Royal Train Tour, according to The Mirror. "It's difficult to know what to do best."
Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis will practically decorate their grandmother Carole Middleton's Christmas tree this year instead of in person, as is the family's annual tradition.
"We may not be able to get together, but after a year like 2020 we have to remember what is really important this Christmas," she wrote on November 11 on Instagram. "It's really important to me that my family feels connected. I usually let my grandchildren help decorate the tree. This year I'll video-call them to ask which decorations should go where."
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