Children always enjoy the excitement of the holiday season, and Archie and Lilibet, the young children of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, are no exception.
Although the Sussexes’ plans for the holiday season have not been officially confirmed, it is believed that they will remain in Montecito and celebrate there rather than return to the UK.
As a result, the royal couple is likely to go all out when it comes to decorating their home to make it extra special for Archie, 3, and Lilibet, 1, who just turned one. The fun will start this week, if history is any indication.
Christmas trees are typically purchased by Harry and Meghan at the very beginning of December. At the beginning of the month in 2016, they were observed purchasing a £65 Nordmann Fir from Pines and Needles in Battersea Park, south London.
On December 3, 2020, they purchased a tree close to their Montecito home, and the same thing happened.
After a hilarious case of mistaken identity, the couple’s memories of that specific outing are likely still fresh.
When Meghan and Prince Harry visited my workplace, we sold them their Christmas tree, a Twitter user confirmed. When they arrived, our parking lot was empty because their agent had suggested a good time to visit rather than us closing it.
One family was there, and their excited young son ran through the trees to Harry and inquired about his employment, not knowing who that is!
Therefore, it’s likely that Harry and Meghan will return to the store this week to buy their Christmas tree.
Although it seems unlikely given the distance from their home, it has been suggested that they might run into Prince William and Princess Kate while they are in Boston.