Christmas greetings from perhaps the most famous couple in the world: here's Prince Harry's Christmas card!
On Friday morning, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry unveiled a virtual Christmas card, wishing their friends and loved ones the best via virtual email on behalf of their organization Archewell.
“We wish you a very happy holidays. Thanks for all the support in 2023! the card simply reads.
It also links to the couple's Archewell Foundation annual impact report, which features a video highlighting some of their work over the past year.
Many social media users are a little perplexed and wondering why Markle and Harry didn't include a photo of their children with this card.
They have However, they have always been very protective of their little ones.
As you can see above, the polarizing husband and wife selected a photo from the closing ceremony of the 2023 Invictus Games… which took place in September in Düsseldorf, Germany.
Harry is dressed in a black suit with a black dress shirt underneath, while Meghan wears a strapless green dress with delicate laser-cut flower details.
The card was released following some good news for Harry and Meghan, which they have found hard to come by over the past 12 months or so.
On Thursday, Harry won his phone hacking lawsuit against Mirror Group Newspapers.
In a statement after this victory, the handsome prince said:
“I'm told that slaying dragons will burn you, but in light of today's victory and the importance of doing what is necessary for a free and honest press, it is a price worth paying. The mission continues.”
He added after the case went in his favor:
“This case is not just about piracy. This is a systemic practice of illegal and egregious behavior, followed by entrapment and destruction of evidence, the shocking scale of which can only be revealed through these procedures.
“The path to justice can be slow and painful and since I filed my claim almost five years ago, smear stories and intimidation tactics have been used against me and at the expense of my family.
“And so, as I too have learned through this process, patience is, indeed, a virtue.
“Especially, in the face of vendetta journalism.”
Meghan and Harry are parents to Prince Archie, 4, and Princess Lilibet, 2.
They haven't made their holiday plans clear, but it's safe to assume they'll be celebrating somewhere in California.
It's also safe to assume that they will NOT be spending any time with Harry's relatives because, you know, the Royals hate these people.
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