After about six months of dating in 2016, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry had their first Christmas together. It was only one month after the Daily Mail broke the news that Harry saw Meghan. No photos of them together had ever been published and they were still largely able to fly under the radar. According to the Royal Reporter and Find freedom co-author Omid Scobie.
Scobie revealed below -one Questions and answers on Friday with co-author (and royal contributor from ELLE.com) Carolyn Durand and CNN’s Max Foster that the future Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s first holiday season in London almost became much more public than any of them wanted.
Scobie was asked about stories that did not Find freedom. He answered, “One of the stories that did not reach the final cut was about their first Christmas in London. And apparently at the time, there was so much to talk about their relationship, and the couple had actually – so they had gone out to London to buy their first Christmas tree together, and we later found out through one of the papers. But what we did not know is that someone had actually taken pictures of the couple and this came to very surprising that this would probably be the first pictures we saw of them but because it was so dark when they went on shopping, these photos never saw the light of day and they were able to enjoy a few months more privacy beforehand. ”
That first clear pictures of Harry and Meghan together came out in February 2017.
But the story that they traded a Christmas tree was given to Hi! in 2016. The two were spotted looking for a tree at Pines and Needles in Battersea, London on December 12, 2016. They chose a medium-sized Nordmann Gran for Harry’s Nottingham Cottage residence at Kensington Palace.
A spokesman for the store spoke with Hi! about their visit and said: “They came in around 8:30 pm last night. Prince Harry was with Meghan and funny staff first recognized Meghan first – they were so happy to have the girl from Suit there. It was not very cold, but they were gloved and shut out. “
Sam Lyle, the owner of Pines and Needles, said that “they were completely charming together and happily unaware that our jaws had hit the floor. They chose a beautiful Nordmann spruce and walked away after exchanging Christmas cheer.”
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