Meghan Markle 'will take part in weird Christmas ritual' with the Queen

Meghan Markle 'will take part in weird Christmas ritual' with the Queen

Meghan Markle 'will take part in weird Christmas ritual' with the Queen

Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles, Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank, Princess Beatrice and Zara Tindall and Mike Tindall also attended the church service.

An amateur photographer who caught smiling Royals leaving church on Christmas day 2017 has struck again - with a snap of the Duchess of Sussex.

All eyes were on Meghan Markle today once again, as she attended Christmas Day festivities with the Royal Family.

One shopper told The Mail that she recognised Kate and her two eldest children Prince George, 5 and Princess Charlotte, 3, as they perused the aisles at the store in King's Lynn, Norfolk, close to the Queen's Sandringham estate.

Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle smiled and chatted as they walked with their respective husbands on the way to Christmas Day services at St. Mary Magdalene Church Tuesday. With Catherine in festive maroon, Meghan wore a navy double-breasted coat and dress with black knee-high boots, a jaunty feathered hat and Victoria Beckham's £1550 structured "Powder" box bag (for sale here). She and Prince Harry Wednesday in May and are expecting their first child this spring.

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Does this mean Meghan and Harry's baby could arrive earlier than Spring?

But a year on, on the steps of St Mary Magdalene Church, the now-Duchess showed off the results of a year of royal practice.

The rumours spread after reports that Prince Harry and Meghan will move out of the palace and relocate to Frogmore Cottage at Windsor Castle as they prepare for the arrival of their first child.

Claims have swirled about tension between brothers William and Harry and their wives, Kate and Meghan.

Last year, she became the first non-married partner to be invited to Christmas lunch at Sandringham with the Queen.

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