Published: Fri, November 09, 2018
Arts&Culture | By Matthew Castillo

Midterms: Did Meghan Markle vote? Kensington Palace refuses to confirm

Midterms: Did Meghan Markle vote? Kensington Palace refuses to confirm

For as long as anyone can remember, only royalty has ever received an invitation to the Queen's annual Christmas celebration at her Sandringham estate in Norfolk, where the Windsor family has always spent their Christmas holidays.

According to Adam Helliker, a journalist for Express, the monarch has invited Ragland to a Christmas dinner at Sandringham.

Meghan - who is thought to be around four months pregnant - wore the striking outfit during a walkabout in Rotorua on her last day in New Zealand with her husband. However, they have previously attended Christmas day church services with the Queen and the rest of the family.

"Royal contributor Omid Scobie told Us Weekly magazine: "[Meghan wants to] bring up children who know the values of normal things in life.

Even Kate Middleton's family members, who reportedly have strong relationships with the royals behind-the-scenes, aren't allowed to show up to watch Kate give speeches.

US-born Meghan moved to the United Kingdom ahead of her royal wedding in May this year, but the Duchess - who is completing the long process of becoming a British citizen - can still vote in America.

Ragland visited Markle in London in September. That being said, Kensington Palace doesn't seem privy to confirm or deny whether or not Markle has exercised her right, telling PEOPLE "no comment" when asked.

During the said sighting, some fashion experts noticed that Ragland outshined her own daughter.

"I think that her look is classic and eye catching". "The colour of the outfit suits her skin tone, her outfit is well tailored, simple and classic".

We will remind that on the eve of the wedding Meghan Markle has represented his mother Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip.

Kate Middleton's mother Carol Middleton reportedly felt snubbed.

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