The Queen is said to have asked Doria, 62, to join them for the family's first Christmas since Harry and Meghan's wedding as a "mark of her respect" for the Duchess. It's expected that Doria will receive an invitation to attend church with the royal family at Sandringham, the royal estate in Norfolk, England, where the royal family traditionally celebrates the holiday. Instead, they have stayed at nearby Amner Hall rather than Sandringham, where the Queen resides during her trips to the country.
When the royal baby news was revealed in October, the grandmother-to-be was said to be "very happy about the lovely news" and looking forward "to welcoming her first grandchild", according to a statement from Kensington Palace.
American social worker Doria was the only member of Meghan's family in attendance at her and Harry's wedding after Thomas Markle (74) was unable to walk his daughter down the aisle due to health reasons, The Sun reports.
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Meghan's mother has already been seen taking part in nanny classes at a U.S. parenting centre and is keen to be hands-on with her first grandchild.
When the 92-year-old Monarch heard about it she told Doria she could come to Sandringham.
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According to an insider, the invitation was meant as a "thoughtful gesture" to the 37-year-old, who is now pregnant with her first child.
It looks like the Royal Family will be adding a seat to their Christmas table this holiday season.
The Duchess of Sussex and her mother reportedly speak on the phone everyday and a move to the United Kingdom could be on the cards with Meghan's royal baby on the way.
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