Meghan Markle's Mom Just Got A Very Special Perk From The Queen

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The Middletons have previously attended Christmas church services with the royal family, but have never actually stayed with the royals for the holidays.

It's nearly Christmas time and it seems like the royal family will have another guest on their annual Christmas's Party, not counting those who are newly married to the family.

Queen Elizabeth II has reportedly invited Doria Ragland over to Great Britain for Christmas.

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. In her hotel room remained mum Doria Raglan.

A senior royal source told us about this nice gesture.

Doria said she was thrilled at Meghan's pregnancy, saying she was "very happy about this lovely news and is looking forward to welcoming her first grandchild".

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Doria took her place beside her new extended family in the official wedding portraits.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's first holiday as a married couple is sure to be a memorable one. However, they stayed not in the Royal Palace, and Anmer hall - located near the Norfolk residence of Kate and William.

The newly minted Duchess of Sussex is now in the years-long process of applying for British citizenship, meaning that she is still an American citizen and therefore can vote by absentee ballot, though it may be something that would be frowned upon.

However, there's a noteworthy catch-the statistics were recorded in September, meaning they may have shifted since Duchess Meghan embarked on her first royal tour (and exhibited her vast "tourdrobe").

This story originally appeared in The Sun and is republished here with permission.