Kate Middleton and Prince William will be giving presents to all of their nieces and nephews, including Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's children, Archie and baby Lili. The Cambridges will do, so despite their rumored rift with the Sussexes.
Kate Middleton, Prince William Sending Christmas Gifts To Archie, Baby Lili
Most are already feeling the Christmas spirit, the royal family included. Prince William and Kate Middleton make it a tradition to send presents to the children on Christmas.
This year, they will be sending gifts to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's kids, Archie and baby Lili, in Los Angeles. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have resided in California since last year after they decided to step back from their royal duties.
The Cambridges know that it's the season for giving despite their alleged beef with the Sussexes. Prince Harry and Prince William have been at the center of an ongoing rift, but that won't stop the future king and queen consort from remembering Archie and Lili.
The news about Prince William and Middleton sending gifts to Prince Harry and Markle's children was confirmed by royal expert Katie Nicholl. She was asked if the British royal kids in Los Angeles would receive Christmas presents from uncle Prince William and aunt Kate.
"Yes, of course," Nicholl told OK!
"They give gifts to the whole family and that includes all of their nieces and nephews."
Kate Middleton, Prince William, Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Update
Just recently, BBC dropped a new documentary titled The Princes and The Press, which covered the royal siblings' relationship with the media. However, it raised some eyebrows because many feel that the show was biased toward the Sussexes. Many also felt that it attacked the Cambridges.
Several also questioned the credibility and impartiality of BBC presenter Amol Rajan who was allegedly against the royal family. In his previous commentaries, he called the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge "total fraud," described Prince Charles as "scientifically illiterate," and slammed Prince Philip as a "racist buffoon." Some royal fans felt that he used the Sussexes against the royal family.
The journalist apologized on Twitter and said he "deeply regretted it" and admitted that he had written rude and immature commentaries before.
The royal family already released a statement about their sentiment regarding the show. Apparently, they were disappointed by it.
Aside from the show, Christopher Andersen, author of Brothers and Wives, claimed that Prince Harry confronted his dad Prince Charles and brother Prince William over the concerns of his future children's skin color. However, he was allegedly told that he was oversensitive and overreacting, which only made their situation worse.
But multiple sources told Page Six that the Duke of Sussex is already on speaking terms with his dad. However, there were no words if his communication line with his brother was the same.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are reportedly not spending Christmas with the royal family this year. According to an unnamed source, if they were, they had already contacted the family, but there was no correspondence about it.