Meghan and Harry latest – Queen HEARTBROKEN as Harry refuses to leave LA for Christmas meaning she can't see Archie

THE Queen has been left heartbroken after Prince Harry doubled down on his plans to spend Christmas in California.

The Queen is reportedly “disappointed” by the pair's decision as she is “missing” her great-grandson Archie.

Meghan and Harry are expected to return to the UK in January for a court date, but according to Vanity Fair will be celebrating Christmas itself in Santa Barbara with their new friends.

It has been widely reported that the royal pair will spend the day with their new BFFs, composer David Foster and his pregnant American Idol wife Katharine McPhee.

Foster has been described as a new parental figure for Harry, with McPhee branding them "like father and son".

Follow all the latest news on Meghan Markle and Prince Harry below…

  • Emily Prescott


    Meghan spoke about social media addiction with Fortune Magazine.

  • John Hall


    QUEEN ELIZABETH II and the Royal Family have been told they should cover the cost of Prince Philip's funeral themselves rather than the UK taxpayer.

    During an interview with, anti-monarchy campaigner Graham Smith, the CEO of Republic said: “I can understand with the monarch if you are the head of state and there is a state funeral offered then you might understand why the taxpayer would pay for it.

    “I think it would be childish to suggest we do not do that with the Queen.

    “I think with Prince Philip he is a private citizen, he happens to be the husband of the monarch.”

  • John Hall


    The Duchess of Sussex talked for 15 minutes during an online conference last night.

    It cost guests $1,750 (£1,342) per ticket to log on.

    During this time, Meghan, 39, blasted social media as an addiction and an obsession and likened users to drug addicts.

    Meghan, who closed down her personal account “for my own self-preservation”, said: “If you don't agree with (something), don't be part of the problem, be part of the solution. Don't hate share; share something from the right side of the issue so that that's what goes viral.”

  • John Hall


    The Duchess of Sussex has said she avoids saying anything too “controversial” over fears of putting her family “in a position of risk”.

    Appearing at Fortune's virtual Most Powerful Women Next Gen Summit, Meghan said she would not feel proud of herself as a mother if she did not try to “make this world better” for son Archie.

    However, she added that she is “cautious” of the things she says when speaking publicly, instead choosing topics that are “fairly straight forward”.

  • John Hall


    Prince Harry wants to give his son Archie “the childhood he always wanted” according to a royal insider.

    Archie Mountbatten-Windsor, who turned one-year-old this May, is currently living with his parents in California away from the spotlight.

    Speaking to PEOPLE about the Duke and Duchess they said: “They are both extremely attentive parents.

    “Harry wants to give Archie the childhood he always wanted.

    “They spend a ton of time outside, and both Harry and Meghan love to play—all the private space is a dream for them.”

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