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Meghan and Harry: expert on decision to skip a royal Christmas

In a poll of 20,592 people held November 17-22, an astonishing 93 percent of voters said the Duke and Duchess of Sussex should not be returning to the UK for Christmas. One respondent, Tunnicliffe, said, “No! You would be welcome like a boil on your bum, stay away forever and a day. “

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Another voter by the name of ‘The Poet’ said: “You made your bed, so leave it in Montecito!”

Some participants felt that the Sussexes’ return to Britain for Christmas due to their ability to “step into the limelight” would only have a negative impact on the Queen’s welfare.

‘USA524’ commented: “Stay away. If there was ever a time when the queen needed to be surrounded in a stress-free and loving environment, it is now. “

Express reader Trevonne commented, “I hope Meghan and Harry can’t get it into their heads to write a Christmas message from Montecito just to beat up the royal family.

“I wouldn’t credit Meghan as she has managed to grab the royal family limelight when it suits her and that would be the result if they stepped on British soil.”

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Meghan and Harry have yet to confirm whether they will join the Queen for Christmas

Meghan and Harry have yet to confirm whether they will join the Queen for Christmas (Image: Getty)

When the Queen spent a night in the hospital in late October, the Duke of Sussex reportedly went into “panic mode” and is now looking forward to seeing her again soon.

There was speculation as to whether the Sussexes would be returning to Britain for the first time in more than two years to spend their Christmas with the royal family.

But royal sources told Page Six that although Prince Harry and Meghan were invited to join the rest of the family in Sandringham for Christmas, most likely not.

The source said, “There’s a lot that goes into the logistics and planning of the family Christmas, so of course the staff know Harry and Meghan are not coming.

“If it were you, you would have told your family by now.

“But this is Her Majesty’s first Christmas without her husband, so one would have hoped they would want to be with her.”

“I think everyone understands that there will be a frenzy when they both return to the UK, but they have to rip that off [Band-Aid] off and carry on. “

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Harry returned for his grandfather’s funeral in April of that year, but Meghan decided to stay home in California.

Reports have surfaced that the couple intend to visit for the Queen’s platinum anniversary in 2022.

Previously, a source told The Sun that the Sussexes had offered to return to the UK so the Queen could finally meet Lilibet, who is now five months old, for the first time and see her grandson Archie again.

They said, “Harry and Meghan made this offer, but a lot of people are shocked at the bare nerve.

“You might really want to see the Queen, but it’s breathtaking considering what you’ve been through this year.

“Her Majesty’s staff has not yet responded. In fact, there was discussion about Christmas – and whether an invitation should be sent to Harry and Meghan after they spurned one last year.

Tensions between the royal family have grown over the past two years

Tensions between the royal family have grown over the past two years (Image: Getty)

That morning, broadcaster Matthew Wright suggested the couple may have chosen not to spend Christmas with the royal family to save their young daughter the stress of a long flight.

He noted, “They’re coming over, they’re not coming over. They come over to show the child, they don’t want to show it.

“I know that when we had Cassidy, we wouldn’t think about taking a long haul flight for the first 18 months of her life.

He added, “Lilibet is five or six months old, I think it’s perfectly understandable that they don’t necessarily want to cross half the planet for Christmas.”

However, the Sussexes flew Archie to Canada when she was only seven months old to celebrate Christmas with Meghan’s mother, Doria, in 2019.

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