Will Prince William and Kate Middleton really give gifts to Prince Harry’s family?

In spite of Queen’s recent health scares casting some doubt on her holiday plans, sources have confirmed she will be hosting the extended royal family at her country retreat in Sandringham (via Women & Home). Events are expected to include a family tree pruning, a formal Christmas Eve dinner and a Christmas Day church service.

Royals fans hoping to see a fraternal reconciliation over the holidays are likely to be disappointed. Sources have said Page six that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will not be joining his family at Sandringham. Some of the media are clicking their tongues at the thought that the Sussexes weren’t there to support the recently widowed queen, but Harry and Meghan are said to be concerned about causing a press uproar.

Regardless of his brother’s holiday plans, Prince William won’t be spared his holiday generosity. Royal author Katie Nicholl told OK! Magazine (via Daily mail) that young Archie and Lilibet can count on getting Christmas presents from their Uncle Wills and Aunt Kate. “They give gifts to the whole family and that includes all of their nieces and nephews,” she told the outlet.

If William also includes Harry and Meghan on his list, the gifts could be small gifts – not out of malice, but because the queen has established the tradition of giving silly gifts on Christmas Eve (via The best online life). Can a little laughter help ease the tension between the brothers in the war?

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Bobby Allyn

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