Sussexes has finally revealed its Christmas greeting for 2020, and the greeting couldn’t be sweeter. The holiday message, which includes an illustration of Harry, Meghan, Archie and two cubs in front of what appears to be a small playroom, was shared by animal welfare charity mayhew on social media this afternoon.
According to a Sussex spokesman, “The original photo of the family was taken earlier this month by the duchess’s mother at their home. Archie has chosen a small Christmas tree, including home decorations and other decorations, and the tree will be replanted after the holidays. “
On Twitter, Mayhew noted that they were “thrilled” to receive Christmas wishes from their patron Meghan, and shared that the card contained confirmation that the Sussexes had made numerous personal charitable contributions this year, including one to Mayhew.
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“This year, as a family, we donated several charities keeping you in mind. From a local California organization helping families transition from homelessness, to two of our sponsorships in the UK: one that supports animal welfare and communities, and the other, a dear friend memorial fund that helps educate children and fight poverty in Uganda, we have given honor to their work on behalf of all of us “, read the greeting card for charity.
Regarding their website, Mayhew also specifically noted that Meghan’s donation will help them “overcome the lasting impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and allow us to reach the animals and people who are struggling”.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are spending their first Christmas together in the US, after celebrating the holiday only twice in Sandringham with the Royal Family, in 2017 and 2018, and last year in Canada. (The couple spent some time in Commonwealth country in the late fall and winter of 2019, before announcing their intention to retire from their royal roles in early 2020.)
But it’s not just Meghan, Harry and Archie having a completely different Christmas this year. In the midst of a pandemic, the entire royal family has changed their traditional plans, which usually see them spending the holidays at Sandringham Estate and walking to Christmas services at the estate church as a group – an annual event for loyal royal observers lining the church to wish the Windsors well. .
Instead, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip will remain at Windsor Castle this winter. As a spokesman for Buckingham Palace said T&C earlier this season, “After considering all the appropriate advice, the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh decided to spend Christmas peacefully in Windsor this year.” This is the first time since 1988 that the monarch will not leave the holiday in Sandringham.
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