Queen Elizabeth II is reportedly fully supportive of her grandson Prince Harry’s romance with actress Meghan Markle. She is said to be delighted to see Harry in a loving relationship. Harry and Meghan have been dating since June and have met on several occasions since then. Even though the 35-year-old actress has visited Prince Harry in England a few times, she has not met his grandmother yet. That really isn't anything to be alarmed about because Kate Middleton had been dating Prince William five years before she met Queen Elizabeth II.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

While Meghan has not met Queen Elizabeth II yet, she met Harry's brother, Prince William in November.

The Duke of Cambridge is also supporting his brother. Markle has also met Harry's father, Prince Charles. She reportedly made a good impression on him. So far, so good, but she has not met Kate Middleton. At this point, it is unknown what the Duchess of Cambridge thinks about the relationship.

No Christmas visit

The actress' Christmas plans are not yet known, but we know Prince Harry will spend Christmas Day with his grandmother and other members of the royal family at Sandringham, their English country retreat. Royal protocol does not allow Meghan to be there since she is not part of the family. It appears that the palace has strict rules about who gets to attend family events. Kate Middleton wasn't permitted to attend for the eight years she was dating Prince William.

It was only after she was engaged to him that she was a welcome guest.

Prince Harry will celebrate a three-day Christmas holiday in Norfolk, England with his family. Even though Meghan is not allowed to be there, the two will probably touch base with each other. Besides, they have plans to take a vacation together after Christmas to spend some quality time together.

They have been seeing each other on short visits to London and Toronto. Last week when Meghan visited Harry in London, they were photographed for the first time together while on their way to see a play.

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