Prince Harry and Prince William’s royal children exchange Christmas gifts amid Netflix series

Prince Harry still intends to exchange Christmas presents with his brother Prince William’s children, it was revealed just days after the premiere of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s new Netflix series, Harry & Meghan.

From “the covert days of their early courtship” to the “challenges that led to them feeling forced to step back from their full-time roles in the institution,” the Netflix show provides insight into Harry and Meghan’s well-known love story.


The Duke and Duchess of Sussex and the Prince and Princess of Wales will send Christmas gifts to their nieces and nephews


The brothers appear to be carrying on with their Christmas customs as usual, despite the fact that the royal family has not publicly expressed their opinions on the first episode of the tell-all documentary series. Archie Harrison, age three, and Lilibet Diana, age one, will receive gifts from the Prince and Princess of Wales, according to The Sunday Times.

Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis will receive gifts from Harry and Meghan on the festive day as they did for the Wales children. The adults reportedly have no plans to exchange gifts, though.

While William and Catherine are anticipated to travel to Sandringham for the customary royal family gathering, the Duke and Duchess are likely to celebrate quietly in America with Meghan’s mother Doria Ragland, who lives close by their Montecito family home.


Princess Kate and her family are expected to attend the royal Sandringham Christmas (pictured above in 2019)


Following the tragic passing of his mother Queen Elizabeth in September, King Charles will be hosting the event for the first time. The late monarch established the family custom in 1988, when Windsor Castle was being rewired, and the Christmas Day walkabout before the church service has always been one of the highlights.

Meghan is thought to have been the first engaged person to spend Christmas with the royal family in 2017. The late Queen Elizabeth rarely invited partners to stay at her Norfolk estate before marriage.


A grown-up Archie Harrison is seen in the early episodes (Image: NETFLIX)


During the third episode of Netflix’s docuseries, she revealed rare details of her first Christmas at Sandringham, saying: “I remember so vividly the first Christmas at Sandringham, calling my mom and saying “Oh my gosh it’s amazing.”

It’s just like a large family, which is what I always desired. And there was only constant movement, excitement, and enjoyment.

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