Since Queen Elizabeth is no longer alive, King Charles will likely serve as the monarch for the royal family's Christmas celebrations. With that, a royal biographer claimed that King Charles II wanted to end the rift with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

King Charles still needs to send a holiday invitation to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, claims royal biographer Robert Jobson. But it's likely that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would turn down the king's or queen's offer. Everyone is still under pressure from Prince Harry's autobiography and the couple's Netflix docuseries.

Reports also mentioned that Sarah Ferguson was recently invited to join the British clan in Sandringham, and she is anticipated to attend. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, two members of the royal family, would not go, nevertheless.

Jobson also said that by inviting Prince Andrew's ex-wife to stay at Sandringham this Christmas, King Charles may have demonstrated to the nation what the holiday season is all about. And if it were up to him, he would prefer that Prince Harry and Markle experience the same thing.

"Charles has tried to forgive them — he would love to be able to end the friction — but contact with them has been limited," Jobson wrote for The Sun.

He added that King Charles "did extend an olive branch" when they came over just before Queen Elizabeth II died.

"They turned up late for the meeting and the King was only there for a short while. [Charles] has been pushed to his very limit with the Sussexes — and the specter of the couple's Netflix series and Harry's forthcoming book are still hanging over the Royal Family," Jobson mentioned.

Prince Harry and Markle wouldn't be staying in Sandringham with the rest of the royal family, but the household would still receive other visitors. Laura Lopes, the daughter of Queen Consort Camilla, will reportedly be making her first appearance in the royal family, according to the royal biographer.

Lopes' three children, Eliza, Gus, and Louis, as well as her husband Harry, will also be traveling with her.

Prince Andrew, Princess Beatrice, and Princess Eugenie will spend the Christmas at Sandringham since Fergie has also been invited. The royal sisters will attend the festivities with their spouses and kids as well.

With their children Archie and Lilibet and Markle's mother Doria Ragland, Prince Harry and Markle are anticipated to spend Christmas in the US.

Whether Prince Harry and Markle will have some guests at their house during the holidays is unknown.

Quebec Sovereigntists vs King Charles
A Quebec politician refused to swear an oath of fealty to King Charles III on Monday, as many politicians in Canada are calling for a referendum to remove the British monarchy from their government. Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images.

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