Royal 'Fab Four' spotted at Christmas Day service

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will not be staying in the same house as Prince William and Kate Middleton for Christmas, even though the two couples are spending the holiday together.

And in photos obtained by The Sun, Kate could be seen purchasing art supplies, pictures and children's books. "She was so nice, explaining she was just doing a bit of Christmas shopping", she added.

The 74-year-old was caught up in controversy days before the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan after he allegedly staged paparazzi photographs of himself. They are encouraged to buy each other something cheap and humorous.

The Duchess of Cambridge has been spotted shopping in a Norfolk discount store as the Royal Family prepares to spend Christmas in the county.

Both Meghan and Kate were dressed in their Christmas day best, Kate sporting a very festive coat and Meghan glowing, as we know she is expecting her first child in spring of next year.

Кейт Миддлтон купила подарки к Рождеству в магазине уцененных товаров

The Royal Family don't open their presents on Christmas Day, instead exchanging and opening gifts at teatime on Christmas Eve. The guards kept their distance, so the family Katherine at first glance no different from other families, who at the last moment made a decision to buy Christmas gifts.

Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, held her husband's hand as she chatted with sister-in-law Kate amid rumors the duchesses are at odds. The GRAMMY victor has been very involved in efforts to support victims of the fire, having attended the tribute and vigil in June 2017 and continuing to voice her support on social media. "I would appreciate anything she can do and I would think she would want to resolve family problems", he said.

The loose curls in her hair tumbled down her back, and a silver flower brooch worn on her left breast and some thick silver hoop earrings finished off the look.

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