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Sergio Cunningham
November 9, 2018

The Duchess of Cambridge's family has joined the royals at church on Christmas morning but they have stayed at nearby Anmer Hall rather than Sandringham itself.

Meghan already broke Christmas tradition once by attending the royal family's celebrations a year ago as Prince Harry's fiancee, which was unusual for someone who had not married into the family yet.

This year's Christmas celebration at Sandringham is expected to be particularly joyful for the royal family, which has celebrated a royal baby, royal baby announcement, royal wedding and Prince Charles's 70th birthday all within the last 12 months.

A source tells ET that Meghan's mother, Doria Ragland, is expected to spend some of the holiday with her pregnant daughter and her son-in-law. Keep reading to see photos of Doria's encounters with the royals so far.

For decades, Queen Elizabeth II only invited close family members, their spouses and children to spend quality time with her over the holidays.

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But the Queen knows that in the UK Megan no relatives, so she needs support.

This is a big move for the Queen, who has never even extended this invite to the Middleton family.

Meghan and Harry recently wrapped up their memorable first official royal tour together in New Zealand.

"A naturally slim woman such as Meghan or Kate who would normally wear form fitting silhouettes suddenly finds herself in a situation where she needs to wear slightly roomier shapes around her middle". Typically, Christmas at the Queen's country home is reportedly reserved only for family members.

Doria joined her daughter at an outdoor reception at Kensington Palace in September to mark the launch of a charity cookbook to help those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire.

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