Before Meghan Markle married Prince Harry, she was best known for her role on TV drama Suits. But, not only she was a famous actress, she also ran her own personal, lifestyle blog The Tig.
The blog, where she wrote about food, fashion, beauty, and travel, and profiled inspirational women, also included a Christmas gift guide; including suggestions for ‘your gal pals,’ ‘feeling chef-y’ (foodie friends) and for ‘the beau.’
Meghan wrote: “It’s easy to grab another t-shirt for your man—but you’ll likely steal it for PJs anyway. Instead, give him something creative that he’ll actually enjoy like these little gems!”
Her Christmas gift ideas included: a Happy Socks box set; a Crosley radio turntable; a Brookstone pocket projector for displaying photos; an Alphabet Bags ‘Exceptionally Handsome’ wash bag and a Miri Hardey Pottery personalised shaving mug.
We don’t know what Prince Harry will be given for sure, but, little Archie has already received his first gift for the big day. Harrow & Green have sent baby Archie his first present, one of their luxury, personalized sacks, complete with his name and ‘Baby’s First Christmas’ written on it.
The sacks are available for purchase online, going for 22 pounds so that you and your children can also have a jolly royal-worthy Christmas.
Prince Harry and Meghan are currently on leave from royal engagements. This years Christmas is particularly special for them as it will mark the first one as a family of three.
This year, the Sussexes won’t be joining the Queen at Sandrigham, instead they will spend it with Meghan’s mother Doria Ragland.
Accoridng to the Palace: “This decision is in line with precedent set previously by other members of the Royal Family, and has the support of Her Majesty The Queen.”
Due to security reasons, the Palace has not shared further details on Prince Harry and Meghan’s holiday schedule.