HOLIDAY SNUB IN THE CARDS –AGAIN!
Globe|October 26, 2020
But Kate and William will be there!

BRATTY Harry and Meghan have snubbed his grandma Queen Elizabeth’s annual Christmas family get-together — for the second year in a row — even though at age 94 this will likely be her last holiday season.

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