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Royal Expert Claims There's A Word 'Missing' From Harry And Meghan's Christmas Card

Royal Expert Claims There's A Word 'Missing' From Harry And Meghan's Christmas Card

The happy couple posed for an adorable Christmas card this year.

A royal commentator believes there’s a word “missing” from the Christmas card Harry and Meghan sent this year.

The royal couple melted hearts earlier this month when they released their festive greeting card, showing the pair with their son, Archie.

The card also showed the very first picture of their baby daughter, Lilibet, who was born in June this year.

Harry and Meghan released their Christmas card (

Speaking on his YouTube channel, royal expert Neil Sean said the family of four looked “very happy” in their card, which was released by the Rubicon charity to raise money to support Afghan families resettling in US communities.

“It’s a very relaxed picture of seemingly a very happy family,” he said. “Some people have said that this is very akin to the late great Princess Diana, the way she was holding her youngest son Prince Harry. And again, why not if that’s what you want to do.”

However, Neil has claimed that there’s a vital word “missing” from the card- and it’s to do with the festive season.

Meghan and Harry announced their were expecting Lilibet in February (

Neil has suggested the use of ‘Happy Holidays’ instead of the more ‘traditional’ Merry Christmas could be down to Harry and Meghan’s move Stateside.

“I’m told this phrase, ‘Happy Holidays’ is very much a Californian slang,” he explained.

The card saw Harry and Meghan dressed in casual clothing, and included an intimate message about their new family life.

“This year we welcomed our daughter, Lilibet, to the world. Archie made us a 'Mama and Papa' and Lili made us a family,” it said.

Meghan and Harry are more relaxed in their approach (
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And Neil believes the casual cut of clothing the retired royals are wearing also represents their move to show their more “relaxed” brand.

“Harry and Meghan like to do things their way, and they like to be more independent, and clearly, they don’t care if this fits in with the monarchy rule or not,” he said.

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Topics: Royal Family, Meghan Markle, Prince Harry, Christmas