Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will be "creating their own traditions" as they celebrate Christmas at their new home in Montecito, California, this year, it has been reported.
The couple announced in January this year that they would step back from senior positions in the Royal Family following talks at Sandringham between Harry, Prince Charles, Prince William and the Queen.
Meghan and Harry have since relocated with their son Archie Harrison to California, having spent the intervening period living in Canada, in hopes of a more private lifestyle.
The couple will spend Christmas in the US and have reportedly invited pals David Foster, 71, and singer Katharine McPHee, 36, to their LA home.
Ms McPhee married Mr Foster in 2019, with the American idol star saying Harry and her husband have "a really, really beautiful relationship."
She added they are "like father and son".
And now it has been reported that Meghan wants to make the day "special for everyone".
"It's Harry's second Christmas away from England, and Meghan wants to make sure it's special for everyone," an insider told PEOPLE. "They are creating their own traditions at their new home."
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex yesterday released their first US Christmas Card but were reportedly "wary" about "opening themselves" up in it according to one body language expert.
In it, the royal couple and son Archie are seen playing with their two dogs Pula and Guy.
The card, an illustration of a photo, was released through Mayhew – Meghan's animal welfare organisation patronage in the UK.
Body language expert Judi James claims the couple wanted to create an “idyllic, rustic intimacy” with the picture.
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