Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity News: Queen Elizabeth Is ‘Disappointed’ Prince Harry & Duchess Meghan Won’t Be at Christmas FestivitiesCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity News: Queen Elizabeth Is ‘Disappointed’ Prince Harry & Duchess Meghan Won’t Be at Christmas Festivities

By Meghan Khameraj

In celebrity news, Queen Elizabeth II is disappointed in Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan’s decision to spend Christmas with the Duchess’ mother. According to a source for, family drama is one of the reasons the royal famous couple decided to spend the holiday away from the rest of the royal family. Prince Harry and his brother Prince William have grown apart during the last few years. Harry and Meghan want to make this holiday special as it is their son, Archie’s, first Christmas. The source also states that “the drama surrounding the couple has caused a huge amount of stress. They’re making their family their No. 1 priority right now.”

In celebrity news, Queen Elizabeth isn’t happy that Harry and Meghan won’t be celebrating Christmas with her. What are some ways to balance family obligations during the holidays?

Cupid’s Advice:

Although they are royalty, Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan still deal with holiday family drama. The holidays are a great time to be with family, but they can also cause an unnecessary rise in tensions. Cupid has some advice to help you balance family obligations during the holidays:

1. Take turns: This is the easiest way to avoid any holiday drama. There are enough holidays for you to spend some with your family and some with your partner’s family. Once you spend a holiday with your family, spend the next one with your partner’s and so on.

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2. Prioritize: Some families value certain holidays over others. Discuss with your partner which holidays are the most important to your family and ask which are the most important to theirs. You can prioritize who you spend the holiday with based on how important it is to both of your families. This also helps if there happen to be any cultural differences regarding holidays between you and your significant other.

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3. Focus on your family: If you have kids it might be best to spend the holiday at home with your partner and your children. If you don’t have kids, you can just spend the holiday with your partner. This will avoid any hurt feelings among family members and also help you create meaningful holiday memories between you and your partner.

How do you handle family obligations during the holidays? Let us know in the comments below!