Queen's 'unusual' offer to Meghan's mum

Friday, 09 Nov, 2018

This year, as a married woman, Meghan will automatically be taking part in the holiday activities at Sandringham. You are not without knowing that the duchess of Sussex is expecting her first child in the spring of 2019. The Queen had broken protocol for Markle before by inviting her to Sandringham activities when she was engaged to Prince Harry. Ironically, her own right to vote in Tuesday's pivotal midterm elections of 2018 is a somewhat confusingly grey area.

It's a big step for the Queen and other royals, after all, Kate's mum and dad, the Middletons, have previously attended Christmas church services with the royal family, but have never actually stayed with them for the holidays. "And then William was longing to meet her and so was Catherine, so you know being our neighbors, we managed to get that in a couple of-well, quite a few times now, and Catherine has been absolutely".

The right to vote is an issue that appears to have been close to Meghan's heart for many years.

The invitation is fuelling speculation that Doria - who is now based in Los Angeles - may remain in London for the duration of Meghan's first pregnancy.

People reports that Markle's office would not elaborate, and simply replied: 'No comment'. A happy event that she will be able to live with his relatives! For this reason, Meghan Markle for the first time not celebrate Halloween, sources say.

"The right to vote is something for which blood, sweat, and tears have been shed; the struggle was endless for us to have this liberty", she wrote. According to Helliker, this gesture is also explained because His Majesty would have been very impressed by the calmness of Doria Ragland for the wedding of his daughter.

We couldn't have said it better ourselves.