Can Meghan Markle Vote in the Midterm Elections?

Can Meghan Markle Vote in the Midterm Elections?

Can Meghan Markle Vote in the Midterm Elections?

The Middletons have spent Christmas with the royal family but resided in the neighboring country house Anmer Hall instead.

The Queen has invited the Duchess of Sussex's mother Doria to join the Royal Family for Christmas at Sandringham. The Queen usually spends Christmas and New Year's at her Sandringham estate, with members of her family often joining her.

Now, with the former actress having no immediate family to share her new life with, her majesty has reportedly made a decision to invite her mom, Doria Ragland (62), to spend Christmas at her private country house in Sandringham, England, Daily Mail reports.

Harry's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, memorably broke protocol past year by inviting Meghan as the first fiancée to attend Christmas with the royal family before her wedding to Harry in May. Back in 2016, during one of the most polarizing elections in America, Meghan denounced Donald Trump as "misogynistic" and "divisive" while appearing on The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore, following that up with a photo in support of Hillary Clinton posted to her now-defunct Instagram and the hashtag #ImWithHer.

A senior royal source told the publication that the unique move was "a very thoughtful gesture".

He later said he had apologised to both Harry and Meghan and denied staging the shots for money, insisting they were taken in a bid to "change his image".

Fans of Meghan and her strong beliefs and convictions shouldn't be too concerned, though - the mom-to-be is working hard to inspire others in different ways.

The source also says Harry is "enormously fond of his mother-in-law", and she's been spending time at the couple's home, including two extended vacations this summer.

According to an insider, the invitation was meant as a "thoughtful gesture" to the 37-year-old, who is now pregnant with her first child.

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