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Meghan, Harry and Archie spent Thanksgiving 2020 with Doria Ragland

Amy Mackelden
·1-min read
Photo credit: WPA Pool - Getty Images
Photo credit: WPA Pool - Getty Images

From Harper's BAZAAR

Since they now live in the United States, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex reportedly celebrated Thanksgiving in their Montecito, California home with their son, Archie.

A source close to the Sussexes told Bazaar.com: "They are going to have a quiet dinner at home and are looking forward to celebrating their first American Thanksgiving in the States as a family." The source continued: "They plan to enjoy a home-cooked meal with traditional Thanksgiving dishes, including recipes made with fresh vegetables from their garden."

According to People, Meghan's mother, Doria Ragland, joined the Sussexes for the holiday, as she lives close by in Los Angeles. A source told the publication: "They are very happy... Archie is thriving and growing quickly. As a family, they spend hours outside."

Earlier this year, Harry and Meghan relocated to Montecito in Santa Barbara with their son, Archie Mountbatten-Windsor.

While Meghan and Harry had previously planned to return to the United Kingdom for Christmas with the royal family, they were forced to change their plans on account of the continuing Covid-19 pandemic. Royal correspondent Carolyn Durand recently reported for Elle.com that the Sussexes are now "expected to spend Christmas in California," rather than travelling to see the royal family in England. As the UK is currently in its second nationwide lockdown, international travel is much more challenging at the moment. Plus, Meghan's in-person trial with the Mail on Sunday has been delayed until autumn 2021, meaning that travel is not a necessity.

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