Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are likely to not be welcomed into the Royal Family's Christmas celebrations despite speculation that they might accept an invite if offered one.In recent days, there has been widespread speculation that the Sussexes' may finally reunite with the royals but it's now looking rather unlikely, the Mirror reports.Speaking of Harry and Meghan's feud with the Firm, a source said: "It's so bizarre to have behaved so badly, demanded an apology and an admission of 'guilt' - to no avail, I might add - from the family."To now suggest they'll just waltz back in and allow bygones to be bygones if only someone would be good enough to invite them."The source's remarks come after a friend of the duke's claims that the couple "would love to" spend the festive season in the UK as their kids Archie and Lilibet have never been with their estranged grandfather King Charles during the Christmas period.The last time the Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended a royal family festive get-together was back in 2018 at Sandringham, prior to them moving to the US.Speaking of their sudden eagerness to cosy back in with the Firm, a source added to the Sunday Times: "Which begs the question, why now? "Is it something to do with the fact that some of their commercial deals, such as Spotify, have fallen around their ears and they have been subject to ridicule in the U.S.
in shows such as South Park and Family Guy? Join the Daily Record's WhatsApp community here and get the latest news sent straight to your messages. "Could it be that they have realised moaning about how awful being a member of the Royal Family is, isn't such a great strategy after all?"The source also claims that any invitation to Harry and MeghanRead more on dailyrecord.co.uk