Meghan Markle, Prince Harry to have a low-key Thanksgiving as COVID-19 spikes

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November 24, 2020

Reports are spilling the beans on what Harry, Meghan Markle could be up to

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are all set to mark their first American holiday after they stepped down as senior royals earlier this year.

And as the time for Thanksgiving draws closer, several reports are spilling the beans on what the Duke and Duchess of Sussex could actually be doing for the holiday this year.

Talking to In Touch, an insider dished the details, saying: “Meghan wanted to have a big, traditional dinner in Montecito and to invite a bunch of her closest friends, but health is more important.”

“With COVID-19 cases soaring, she refuses to take any risks. She’s planning something smaller with [her mother] Doria Ragland, son Archie and Harry,” the source added.

“They have so much to be thankful for this year — an amazing family, their health, and, of course, their gorgeous new home.”

“Harry and Meghan want to do something special for those less fortunate. Giving back to others is so important to them, especially over the holidays,” the grapevine revealed.



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