Will Meghan Markle be allowed to celebrate Thanksgiving?
Now that she’s a member of the British royal family, is Meghan Markle planning to ring in Thanksgiving at the palace? Last year, Meghan celebrated the holiday with her mom, Doria Ragland, back in her hometown of Los Angeles, California. One year—and one royal title—later, the Duchess of Sussex is now across the pond for one of her favorite days of the year (the proof is in her turkey brining skills).
There’s no official royal rule stating that she can’t observe the American holiday. And since Meghan made a point to incorporate several American touches into her royal wedding to Prince Harry in May, it’s likely that the new royal will bring a little Thanksgiving flavor to their palace home. The self-proclaimed foodie already knows how to cook the perfect turkey—and her roasted “engagement” chicken warmed Harry’s heart.
She and Harry don’t have any public outings on the festive day—which frees her up for Thanksgiving Day preparations. Meghan’s in-laws (and Kensington Palace neighbors) Prince William and Kate Middleton could also pop by with Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis for a feast. We hope it happens.