Royal Thanksgiving: See how the Duke and Duchess of Sussex enjoy an American holiday with their children Archie and Lilibet in Montecito, California
November 24th is Thanksgiving, a holiday in the United States and Canada to celebrate the harvest and the blessings of the previous year.
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of duke When Duchess of Sussex and their children Archie3 years old, and Lily Betone is known to have a special day as a family, and Meghan previously told talk show host Ellen DeGeneres about their plans. Did. “I love to cook.
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The Sussexes’ Thanksgiving 2022 will be a similar event, with the family spending time together at home, likely joined by Meghan’s mother Doria, and joined by a few local friends.
Ellen is Meghan’s best friend and has been to a Halloween party at the Duchess’ home, so she was on the guest list. Also living nearby are fellow celebrity pals James his Corden and his family, Orlando Bloom, Katie his Perry, and their children.
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Meghan Markle and the Thanksgiving Turkey (2016)
Meghan was still in legal drama in 2016 suit At the time, I posted a photo of myself on Instagram with a large cooked turkey, a traditional Thanksgiving dish.
“Oh, I roasted the perfect Thanksgiving turkey that time! The question is, can we do it again? The pressure is on.” she wrote in the caption.
She previously shared tips on the “perfect Thanksgiving turkey” on her now-deleted Instagram account and her lifestyle blog. Tig – Ideas for using up leftovers were also included.
Written by Megan Tig: “My favorite meal with leftovers from Thanksgiving is turkey tortilla soup. It’s so satisfying and tantalizing, and uses all that great leftover turkey and a few extra veggies.” Avoid the Black Friday crowds, wear pajamas all day, and make this mouthwatering soup.
Meghan’s mother Doria Ragland
We imagine Meghan, Harry, and their kids together snuggling up in their pajamas, playing fun games, and enjoying Meghan’s delicious homemade leftover turkey soup for lunch.
The Duchess also previously spoke about her own Thanksgiving traditions from childhood Tig,write in: “The two worlds I grew up in were contrasting, but they had powerful commonalities. My parents were both from children, so I bought a turkey for a homeless shelter on Thanksgiving and hospice care. I have chosen to donate a lot, like delivering meals to patients in. I donate the change I have left in my pocket to someone in need, and I do a quiet act of grace – a hug, a smile, or a pat on the back. Knock to show someone in need that you’re all right.”
The Sussex couple with baby Archie
The couple seems to have already instilled these kind values into their children. The Cut for new york timesMeghan brought journalist Alison P. Davis to pick Archie up from school, and she documented their ceremony in an article.
During the ride she wrote: “If he [Archie] Duchess Meghan, who forgot to say please and thank you, reminds him of the manners that make men. ”
She added: “At the signal, she [Meghan] Reaching into the trunk, he retrieves a brand new black backpack and gives it to her security officer to the homeless man in the corner.
“They tell Archie that some people live in big houses, some people live in small houses, and some people live between houses. I made a stunner kit with crackers and granola bars, “I ate one!” Contributed by Archie. ”
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